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News January 2018

International Forum on Economic development - Dublin Ireland

DAS Pathways Ltd. and R.C.E.E.D.A.O Ireland organised the International Forum on economic development opportunities in West Africa and globally with invited guests of distinction, from several countries. The foundations laid and decisions taken, are now the pathway forward for the coming year. ​

HRH. Sheikh Mohamed Salim Al Sabah, of the Royal house of Al Sabah, Kuwait, duly appoints and authorizes HE. Dr. Daithí Ó Murchú, Honorary Consul and CEO of DAS Pathways Limited, Ireland.,  as his authorized Mandate, for the promotion of all Energy, Desert to Green and other pertinent projects globally, including commodity and precious metals trading.


Visit of His Excellency Mr. Georges Aboua - Dublin Ireland

S.E.M. Ambassadeur de la Cote d’Ivoire au Royaume Uni et de l’Irlande, Mr. Georges Aboua                              was on official government business in Dublin and met with Irish, client companies of                                      DAS Pathways Ltd., interested in visiting the Ivory Coast on a Trade Mission in Autumn 2018.                          He also met with a delegation from the Nepalese-Ireland Parliamentarian Committee.                                      Nepal Ireland Society, organised by DAS Pathways to discuss trade opportunities between                                  the The Ivory Coast, Ireland and Nepal.

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Recent visit of Mr. Mory Diarassouba, Commercial Advisor, Embassy of the Ivory Coast, London to the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Ireland with Mr. Gavin Glynn, Africa division DFAT, Dr, Daithí Ó Murchú, CEO. DAS Pathways, JITL & JITWA, Mr. Youssouf Bamba, President of the Chamber of Commerce of the Ivory Coast, Ireland and Mr. Dishasi Hasele, Director of International Business, JITL, Ireland & JITWA, Ivory Coast.

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The Chamber of Commerce of the Ivory Coast in Ireland (CCICI), under direction of the Ministry of Commerce in Abidjan, IC, met for the first time in the Clarion Hotel, Liffey Valley, Dublin. Representatives from JITL, JITWA and the Ivorian and Irish business communities gathered to launch its manifesto, which focuses on the National Development Plan of the Ivory Coast, 2020. CCICI also launched its new website to promote sustainable economic development and business links between Ireland and The Ivory Coast. Mr. Youssouf Bamba was elected as President and Mr. Alan Keane as vice-President.  In association with Board members of the National Ploughing Championships (NPA), Anna May McHugh  and Anna Marie McHugh, CCICI has undertaken the task of setting up an NPA in The Ivory Coast and formulating a plan-of-action for future sharing of knowledge and ethical Agri-business in the Ivory Coast and West Africa.

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Dr. Daithí Ó Murchú, President RCEEDAO Ireland and CEO of DAS Pathways, Ltd., JITL & JITWA recently visited the World Bank in Kathmandu, Nepal and held discussions with Mr. Roshan Darshan Bajracharya, Senior Economist to discuss synergies and opportunities between the Ivory Coast, West Africa and Nepal.

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