We wish to acknowledge and thank schools that have already made contacts with us to indicate interest in TAFMUN 2015 (Maiden Conference) participation.
We are sincerely glad that you have taken the very first step to being part of the conference next year.
The questions you raised have necessitated the provision of more information on the conference.
We hope to continue receiving correspondences from you.
REASONS TO ATTEND TAFMUN.
- It is packaged to deliver life changing experiences.
- It is designed to empower and encourage delegates to initiate meaningful change for a sustainable future.
- ü Skills to be acquired at TAFMUN are not usually provided for in traditional school curriculum.
- TAFMUN is poised to maintain upscale delegate services making us one of delegates’ favourite MUN conferences on the African Continent.
- It will hold during vacation to allow students ample time for quality research in preparation to attend conference.
- Pre-conference preparations (especially the research) and days of conference participation will not impact on students’ academic calendar.
- It will be hosted in the finest conference facilities yet in Lagos, Nigeria.
Q1). Who is TAFMUN organized for?.
Senior High School students who are either in penultimate or final year of high school education as at September 2014 as well as Sixth Form / A ‘Level Students.
Q2). When will TAFMUN hold?.
From Monday, 13th to Thursday 16th April, 2015 (4 days).
Q3). How many students are expected per school?
Minimum of 6 and Maximum of 24 Students. If a school also offers Sixth Form / A’ Level programmes, it automatically qualifies to bring more than 24 students, -total maximum is 36.
Q4). Can schools with less than 6 students attend TAFMUN?
Yes. This can be discussed with our organization.
Q5). Can there be non-school groups at TAFMUN?
Yes. Such groups should be fresh high school leavers, who graduated within ten (10) months from conference date and thus not yet in a tertiary institution. They would however need to either identify with the school they just graduated from or be chaperoned by an adult who must be certified by TAFMUN organizer.
Another form of non-school group would be students from a cluster / collection of schools who will be sponsored by Government (Federal / State) or Corporate Organization(s).
Q6). How can schools register for TAFMUN?
a). Firstly, send an email to [email protected] The subject of your email should be (TAFMUN-The Name of your School).
b). Online registration will be from 1st to 30th November 2014. LATE REGISTRATION may not be allowed after November.
Q7). What is the cost for the conference?
The conference cost is presently N250,000 (Two Hundred and fifty thousand Naira /per student) for schools in Nigeria and US$1,700 (One thousand, seven hundred USDollars / per student) for schools outside Nigeria. The cost covers Conference fee, four (4) nights of a 5-Star Hotel Accommodation, fifteen (15) buffet served meals (5 Breakfasts, 5 Lunches, 5 dinners), African Print Conference Uniform (for opening Ceremony only, for all delegates and their Teacher-chaperones), Conference stationeries & souvenirs, excursions to mention just a few.
Q8). Can conference fee be paid in installments?
Yes indeed. Total conference fee may be paid in two (2) equal installments only. The 1st of the 2 deposits is expected, on or before 9th January 2015. The second half of the deposit must be paid before 6th of February.
Q9). Is it likely that the conference fee will be less than already decided?
We are exploring all options in order to get more sponsors for TAFMUN. Sponsorships will definitely help to bring down the conference cost per delegate.
Q10). What Committees will be simulated at TAFMUN?
We have constituted the first six (6) Committees that will the simulated at 2014 TAFMUN. The committees and topics for deliberation are
Disarmament and International Security Committee (DISEC)
Topic 1. Regional Border Security in Africa.
Topic 2. Tracking Small Arms Transfer in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Legal Committee (LEGAL)
Topic 1. Preventing and Combating Corruption.
Topic 2. The Judiciary and Justice Delivery in Democracies of Africa.
World Health Organization (WHO)
Topic 1. Implementation of frameworks for improved health care in Africa.
Topic 2. Innovative approaches to healthcare delivery for Rural Africa.
United Nations Economic, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)
Topic 1. Educating the Girl-Child in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Topic 2. Improvements of Primary and Secondary Education for Sustainable Development.
Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)
Topic 1. Science and Technology for Food Security in Africa.
Topic 2. Access to better Agricultural Practices.
United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA)
Topic 1. Towards equity in harnessing Africa’s Natural Wealth.
Topic 2. Infrastructure Development for Economic growth in Africa.
When numbers dictate (during online registration), additional committees will be published.
Q11). Is there a TAFMUN hotline?
Yes. +234 (0) 706 319 9161.