La Francophonie économique peut-elle se relancer en Afrique ?
6 octobre 2022 17:00 à 18:45
Académie des Sciences d'Outre-mer,15, rue La Pérouse,75016, ParisFrance
Tandis que deux pays africains membres de l’Organisation internationale de la Francophonie (OIF) ont récemment choisi de rejoindre le Commonwealth, la question de l'attractivité de la Francophonie économique revient au premier plan de l’actualité, particulièrement à la veille du Rassemblement des Entrepreneurs francophones (REF), organisé par Medef International à Abidjan ((27-28 octobre) ainsi que du prochain Sommet de l’OIF à Djerba (19-20 novembre).
Invest in Africa with Digital Assets - East Africa Spotlight
Date: 7-12 September 2022
INVEST IN AFRICA WITH DIGITAL ASSETS - East Africa Spotlight will explore means to accelerate Africa's Economic Recovery through Digital Assets and Sustainable Sources of Finance.
Committed to closing the Digital and Finance divide, Global Policy House launched in August 2020 a series of summits under the overarching umbrella of Invest in Africa with Digital Assets (IADA) Future Series launching the world’s first ‘CBDC Africa Week’ aiming to equip and connect Africa to the world through Digital Assets and Financial Innovations.
2022 IEEE PES/IAS PowerAfrica Conference: Convergence of National & Off-Grid Systems
Date: 22-26 August 2022
PowerAfrica is the flagship conference in Africa co-sponsored by the IEEE Power and Energy Society (PES) and the Industrial and Applications Society (IAS).
It is the leading conference on the African continent focused on addressing its power and energy challenges. The conference provides a forum for researchers, engineers, policy makers and practitioners from Africa and beyond to share and discuss research findings, innovative ideas, emerging technologies and solutions to pressing challenges in the African energy sector.
Africa Association Summit (Aas4) 2022 Power Of Associations: Connect. Collaborate. Change Africa
Date: 29-30 September 2022
Launched in 2019, the Africa Association Summit is an annual congregation of African and international not-for-profit executives drawn from professional and trade Associations, Civil Society Organizations, the Travel and Tourism industry, the Events industry, Industry suppliers, Government agencies and Pan African organizations such as Africa Union among other stakeholders.
The Summit is a multi-stakeholder event that enables participants to learn, share and exchange knowledge and information about Associations while at the same time offering them opportunities to network and connect.
AGRF 2022 Summit: Grow. Nourish. Reward – Bold Actions for Resilient Food Systems
Date: 5-9 September 2022
The AGRF, Africa’s premier forum for driving the food and agriculture agenda in the continent, will host its 12th annual summit under the theme Grow. Nourish. Reward – Bold Actions for Resilient Food Systems from September 5-9, 2022 in Kigali, Rwanda.
Together with the Government of Rwanda and the AGRF partner’s group, the AGRF 2022 Summit will provide a platform to reflect on the coordinated large-scale action by leaders, institutions, investors, coalitions, and individuals to accelerate action towards translating commitments made into actionable strategies and progress on the ground.
Towards greater synergies between Aid for Trade and Climate Finance frameworks for inclusive and sustainable development
Date: 29 July 2022, 08:30-09:30 CEST
About the Event
Developing and least developed countries consider trade as critical to their economic growth and development, and Aid for Trade as an important means to build their trade-related capacity building needs. At the same time, they are the worst affected by climate change, while being the less pollutants. Impacts of climate change are visible including on the trade of many developing countries and LDCs. But they have limited means to adapt and mitigate, and hence need substantial climate finance assistance.
UK-Africa Technology Forum
Date: 17 August 2022, 11:00-14:00 CEST-1
Economy, Fintech, Digital Banking, Payment Systems Digital Currency, Blockchain, AI, Cyber Security & Inclusive Financial Services in Africa
About this event
Join us for the next SSCG virtual UK - Africa Technology Forum on Wednesday 17 August 2022 between 11:00 - 14:00 BST to learn and hear from our speakers, experts and industry leaders. Join us to connect with like minded business leaders, investors and entrepreneurs, to gain latest market updates and industry development, insights, perspectives, strategies and practical best practices.
Investment ready projects in Africa - AfDB presentation (5 August)
The NTU-SBF Centre for African Studies is pleased to invite you for a virtual presentation where the African Development Bank (AfDB) will showcase a list of 32 bankable projects* that need private sector investments. Most of these projects are in the early stage of development and the ticket size ranges from a mere US$30500 (small) to as much as US$3.2bn (large). If you are an investor looking for opportunities in Africa in sectors such as agriculture, energy, infrastructure, healthcare, hospitality, ICT, logistics and natural resources then you may not want to miss this event.
Date: 5 August 2022
Time: 4:00 PM (SGT)
Norfund Conference 2022: Challenges and Dilemmas
Date: 30 August 2022, 12:00-16:00 (CEST)
Det Gamble Biblioteket, Oslo
The need for investments in developing countries is perhaps greater than ever. But succeeding with such investments is not easy. As we mark our 25th anniversary, the Norfund Conference will be a conversation about the challenges and dilemmas we face in our mission to create jobs and improve lives.
Climate & SDGs Conference: Strengthening Synergies Between the Paris Agreement on Climate Change and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development
Date: 20-21 July 2022
RAISING CLIMATE AND SDGS AMBITION
The Third Global Conference on Strengthening Synergies between the Paris Agreement on Climate Change and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development will take place on 20-21 July at the United Nations University in Tokyo, Japan, in a hybrid format, with both in-person and virtual participation. Climate and SDG synergies and co-benefits can only be sufficiently realized if policy makers from all sectors accord these issues high political priority. A better understanding of these co-benefits in national, regional and global contexts can spur more deliberate action and collaboration towards realizing them.