The Africa Week – Agenda 2063 ” The Africa we want”
Mai 24 @ 19:00 - Mai 29 @ 21:00Free
According to the Agenda 2063 of the African Union, all African descendants should have domesticated this essential Agenda by 2063.
Since 2016, Sompon Socialservice, a German-based organization with structures in some parts of the African country, has worked tirelessly to domesticate and popularise Agenda 2063. We have organized several conferences, the Debate, which takes place weekly, an online platform to inform the Diaspora and the people with African heritage about the importance of Agenda 2063 and training programs, with the support of the African Union decentralization in Cameroon.
In line with the Africa Day on May 25th 2021, we have organized an African week to bring together diverse groups of people to exchange on the Agenda 2063.
We are inviting you to our upcoming event, The Africa Week, from the 24th to May 29th. We will respect your support and contribution, which will go a long way to our event’s success and achieving the goals of Agenda 2063.
With the Africa Week programme, we intend to chart the pathways to achieving Africa we want. In the programme, we bring together experts from development banks, industry, Universities, social sector, Civil Societies, African Embassies in Germany, Government and Non-Governmental Organizations in the Diaspora, and over 50 African countries to brainstorm on how to achieve Agenda 2063.
Agenda 2063, which is pari-passu with Sustainable Development Goals 2030, is Pan-Africa Aspirations to achieve the type of Africa we want. Since it is long time aspirations for inclusive growth, shared prosperity and sustainable development, there is a need for a Forum like this to exchange with the African Union and Governments to achieve these Aspirations sustainably and systematically.
The Africa week programme shall synthesize the frameworks that link social cohesion to reduce political conflicts, promote entrepreneurship, innovation in Small-Medium Enterprises (SME), and other economic sectors where Africa has comparative advantages. The framework will consider the role of Banking institutions and digitalization to help Africa develop its comparative advantages to competitive advantages globally. Of course, the role of African entertainment and culture in popularising the comparative and competitive advantages will form the bedrock of our discussions during this programme. This programme will connect Africans at home and in Diaspora.
We invite you to be part of the Africa Week events from May 24th until 29th from 7 pm -9:30 pm.
Below is the weekly program for more details. Please share the invitation with other stakeholders, organizations and individuals in your network.
Register now for the program: Mails@sompon-socialservice.org