The First TICAD V Ministerial Meeting(outcome documents)
May 5, 2014
The Ministers and delegations of African countries and TICAD co-organizers, namely the Government of Japan, the African Union Commission (AUC), United Nations Office of the Special Adviser on Africa (UNOSAA), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), and the World Bank, together with representatives of other partner countries, international and regional organizations, the private sector and civil society organizations, met in Yaoundé, the Republic of Cameroon, on May 4-5, 2014 at the First TICAD V Ministerial Meeting.
In Plenary 1, the participants discussed the Status of implementation of the Yokohama Action Plan 2013-2017, and endorsed the following outcome documents:
- Chair's Summary( English（PDF） / French (PDF) / Japanese (PDF) )
- The Narrative Summary of the Implementation Matrix of Yokohama Action Plan 2013-2017
- Boosting Economic Growth（PDF）
- Accelerating Infrastructure and Capacity Development（PDF）
- Empowering Farmers as Mainstream Economic Actors（PDF）
- Promoting Sustainable and Resilient Growth（PDF）
- Creating an Inclusive Society for Growth（PDF）
- Consolidating Peace, Stability, Democracy and Good Governance（PDF）
- The Implementation Matrix of Yokohama Action Plan 2013-2017( English（PDF） / French (PDF) / Japanese (PDF) )
- The Guideline for Annual Progress Report of TICAD V( English（PDF） / French (PDF) / Japanese (PDF) )
- Appendix(Imprementation Matrix)(English (PDF) / French (PDF) / Japanese (PDF) ）
Further, the participants discussed the following themes which reflect the priorities of African countries and the international community as a whole in the subsequent sessions.
- Plenary 2: Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Security( English（PDF） / French (PDF) / Japanese (PDF) )
- Plenary 3: Post-2015 Development Agenda( English（PDF） / French (PDF) / Japanese (PDF) )
- Special Session: Empowering Women and Youth( English（PDF） / French (PDF) / Japanese (PDF) )
The outline of the discussions in the three plenary meetings and the special session is contained in the attached chair’s summary.
The participants in the Ministerial Meeting confirmed their commitment to continue working together in advancing respective agendas in bilateral, regional and international settings.