Philippe Suinen elected administrator of CPCCAF

Philippe Suinen, President of the Chambres de Commerce de Wallonie, was re-elected as a member of the Bureau of the Conférence Permanente des Chambres Consulaires Africaines et Francophones (CPCCAF).

The CPCCAF is the network of French-speaking Chambers in Europe and Africa that cooperate to develop the African private sector and to strengthen economic and commercial ties between the two continents.

Moreover, the ARCHIPELAGO project was launched in Dakar.

ARCHIPELAGO is an initiative of the CPCCAF, EUROCHAMBRES and sequa, with financial support from the European Commission through the Emergency Trust Fund for Africa (EUTF). The programme aims to improve the technical skills of young people and vulnerable groups in society and to strengthen entrepreneurial capacities in 12 African countries in the Sahel and the region surrounding Lake Chad.

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