EU KENYA TANZANYA BUSINESS FORUMS
Du 20 au 22 février 2023 - NAIROBI, KENYA
Du 21 au 24 février 2023 - DAR ES SALAM, TANZANIE
Business France Kenya vous propose de participer à une Mission Business en marge du déplacement du Ministre Délégué Olivier Becht au Kenya et des premiers UE KENYA & TANZANIA BUSINESS FORUM, dans le pays de votre choix.
Organisés conjointement par l'UE, ses États membres en partenariat avec le Conseil européen des entreprises, les Business forum réuniront des acteurs de haut niveau de l'UE, des gouvernements kenyan et tanzanien, des investisseurs, des organisations de soutien aux entreprises et des institutions financières pour discuter concrètement des opportunités et des défis en matière de commerce et d'investissement dans les deux pays.
Monday, 6 February 202309:00
Thursday, 9 February 202317:00
Cape Town, WC, 8001South Africa
Investing in African Mining Indaba takes place in heart of Cape Town at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC). Convention Square, 1 Lower Long Street, Cape Town, 8001, South Africa
Dakar 2 Summit – Feed Africa: Food Sovereignty and Resilience
25-27 January 2023
Dakar, Senegal Abdou Diouf International Conference Center (CICAD), Diamniadio
“We call for a global coalition of efforts around Africa to unlock its immense agricultural potential to become a global destination for meeting rising food supply shortages in the world.” – Dr. Akinwumi Adesina, president, African Development Bank Group
Africa-Europe cooperation on climate and energy: Where to from here?
On 25 January 2023, from 1600 -1800 EAT
Addis Ababa and online
On 25 January 2023, from 1600 -1800 EAT, ECDPM are co-organising a hybrid event in Addis Ababa with the EU delegation to the AU, the Egyptian embassy and the permanent mission to the AU, ACET, ISS and PCNS to take stock of recent advances and continued challenges in Africa-Europe climate and energy diplomacy and to identify ways to partner.
G-CoP policy dialogue on leveraging the African Diaspora for Inclusive Growth and Sustainable Development in Africa
Who: The Global Community of Practice (G-COP) policy dialogue of the African Development Bank Group; the African Union Commission; the International Organisation for Migration (IOM), the African Continental Free Trade Area Secretariat, and partner institutions and African Diaspora Organizations.
When: 01 December 2022, 12:00-17:00 GMT (Western Hemisphere audiences); and 02 December 2022, 07:00-10:00 GMT (for Eastern Hemisphere audiences).
The African Development Institute of the African Development Bank Group and the African Union Commission will hold a dialogue titled Leveraging the African Diaspora for Inclusive Growth and Sustainable Development in Africa on 01 December 2022 from 12:00-17:00 GMT. The program will be repeated on 2 December from 08:00- 13:00 GMT for audiences in the Eastern hemisphere.
Dr Akinwumi Adesina, President of the African Development Bank Group, will make a keynote statement. Mr António Vitorino, Director General of the International Organisation of Migration; Mr Wamkele Mene, Secretary General of the African Continental Free Trade Area Secretariat; and Moussa Faki Mahamat, Chairperson of the African Union Commission will also speak.
The event will feature several panel discussions involving leaders and representatives of African diaspora organizations. Themes to be discussed include the securitisation of remittances, diaspora bonds, trade and investment promotion, research, innovation, knowledge, and technology sharing, and brain circulation.
Roundtable on Engaging African SMEs in Corruption Prevention
5 December 2022, 11:30 – 13:00 GMT
The African Development Bank and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development are pleased to invite you to a virtual Regional Business Integrity Roundtable on Engaging African SMEs in preventing corruption.
Organised under the framework of the OECD African Development Bank Joint Initiative to Support Business Integrity and Anti-bribery Efforts in Africa, the Roundtable looks ahead to the forthcoming OECD Toolkit to raise awareness and prevent corruption in SMEs. The event will feature discussion of how stakeholders across the region can more effectively engage African SMEs in the fight against corruption.
UIA Associations Round Table Europe, 2022
24 and 25 November 2022
The UIA Round Tables provide an opportunity to learn through networking and through practice, to meet other international associations and share experience and knowledge to help you run your organization better.
- presentations on common challenges by peers working in international associations and by experts
- discussions in workshops and break-out rooms with the chance to ask in-depth questions and to share and exchange knowledge and experience
- UIA team members will moderate the sessions throughout, guiding and assisting the delegates
- networking breaks, lunches, dinner
- three exciting tours to discover Rotterdam
Africa-Europe: what progress towards stronger economic cooperation?
9 November 2022
From 5.00PM to 19.00PM
The European Union is the leading economic partner of the African continent and the entity that makes the most commitments to Africa - often at the initiative of France.
The VIth MONTHLY CONFERENCE OF AFRICAN AMBASSADORS IN PARIS (CMAAP 6) proposes to take stock of recent progress.
It is not often said, but Europe remains by far the first partner of Africa in many fields: investment, development, trade, university, health - 450 million vaccines distributed to Africa, against only 150 million by China... contrary to some propaganda.
It is also the partner of the Continent that is most involved in the prospects for co-construction of the future.
Thus, faced with the scale of the post-Covid economic crisis, aggravated by the Russian war in Ukraine, Europe has aligned itself with the French initiative to transfer 100 billion SDRs (IMF special drawing rights) for the benefit of Africa. Equally "huge": the Global Gateway project, through which the European Union intends to mobilise 150 billion euros of investment for Africa by 2027.
Digitalization: A Backbone for Regulatory Harmonization and Health Systems Strengthening in Africa
The establishment of the African Medicines Agency in November 2021 is an important opportunity for Africa to leapfrog other regions and become one of the most efficient and modern regulatory systems in the world. This opportunity can rapidly transform into reality, by using the experience gained from a decade of harmonization activities in the continent, learnings gained during the pandemic and the swift implementation of modern and innovative solutions.
4th German-African Business Summit (GABS)
6-8 December 2022
Sandton Convention Centre
Johannesburg, South Africa
The 4th GABS will take place from 6-8 December in Johannesburg where German and African business interests meet, where economic partnerships between Germany and Sub-Saharan Africa are strengthened, and where business trends and market opportunities are explored.
The German African Business Summit (GABS) is Germany’s signature business event in Africa. At the GABS, top business and government leaders from Germany and Sub-Saharan Africa meet every two years in Africa to discuss and promote economic relations between Europe’s largest economy and the fastest-growing region in the world. The GABS is organized by the Sub-Saharan Africa Initiative of German Business (SAFRI) and chaired by the SAFRI Chairman, Prof. Dr. Heinz-Walter Große.