What: Sustainable Entrepreneurship in Africa Webinar Series
When: 12–15 April, 2021
Learning Connected is a platform for educators to connect, share transformative knowledge, and enrich learning experiences, while The Africa Centre is a charity with a mission to create and promote authentic African cultural experiences.
The organisations’ webinar series on sustainable entrepreneurship in Africa will explore Africa-focused sustainable development challenges, practical solutions, case studies as well as emerging trends and opportunities through interactive presentations and discussions.
By connecting entrepreneurs, students, educators, makers, researchers, and industry experts, the webinar series provides a platform for the exchange of knowledge to catalyse new partnerships and drive practical actions for sustainable development in Africa.
Leading entrepreneurs working in 12 African countries will share the impact of their enterprises in solving challenges in I.T., economy and employment, education, clean energy, health and well-being, sanitation and water, and environment.
This online international event is for students across Africa, the United Kingdom, the United States and anyone with an interest in sustainable entrepreneurship in Africa.
The event is free and is easily accessible to students who can join remotely through simply registering online.
Speakers will include BlueAvo Co-founder, Indira Tsengiwe; Founder of the EcoTecLab MakerSpace, Ousia Foli-Bebe; Managing Director of Fablab Winam, Fatou Juka Darboe; Director of Make3D, Fatou Juka Darboe; Co-founder of Shifa Technologies, Yusuf Bilesanmi; and the Chief Executive Officer of Bakulu Power, Lucia Bakulumpagi-Wamala.
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