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Shared Value Africa Initiative Apr 5
Our member , Founder and Managing Director of Oxygen Africa, will speak on the “Homegrown Innovation” panel at the 2019 at University on 6 April 2019, bringing a angle to the discussion.
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European Investment Bank Jun 17
If you inspire one woman, she will inspire another. Female entrepreneurship 👩🏽👩🏾 is imperative to economic development in Africa: girls should be mentored and empowered into becoming leaders. 💪🏽
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Afrimart May 23
Throwback to one year ago. - - Reposted from - The Founders from Left to Right Olusegun George, Frederick Igbinedion, and John Kamara at the
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Pascal Kanik 18 Feb 19
Very positive environment from ! Improve people’s life in emerging market trough !
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🇪🇺🇫🇷 Friederike Röder Jun 17
. : the has paid a lot of attention to but in the end it’s up to countries and national governments to make progress.
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The Don Oct 14
in London. Thats nonsense qha
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Elozi Lomponda 15 Feb 19
I want to thank the incredible team of the @WarwickAfrica19 for inviting me to lead a session at this year's edition of the Warwick Uni
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Virginia Mucchi Jun 17
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Terryanne Chebet Sep 12
Can Kenya join the 7%Club? "The kind of economic growth that's transformative is seen in countries with sustained 7% GDP growth year on year. Via (Kenya is currently around the 6% GDP growth)
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#1652illegalForeigner Oct 14
is hosted in London. well do we have to explain further how useless our leaders are?
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Musawenkhosi Dlamini Oct 14
So puppet and stupid Presidents are attending Africa Summit in London. Have you ever seen other continents holding summits in Africa? Bloody fools gone begging !!
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Koat Diw Gach 11 Jan 19
I am delighted to have join this great initiative and significant collaboration between the AU and EU this make it more unexpected for the great remark and discussing of critical issues by high profile politicians, African Ambassadors.
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Emma Wade-Smith Oct 13
Really looking forward to attending the in London this week, convened under this year’s theme of “Africa in Motion”. If you’re attending, please do come by and say hello.
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Peter Doyle 10 Feb 19
Honour to hear at opening session of the - strong positive messages about Africa’s future and the importance of investing in people as the basis for development
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Olawale Adebiyi Jun 17
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Blessing Safaris Jun 14
Mount KILIMANJARO 5895m, The Roof of Africa Contact for best climbing offer 2019 _______________________________
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Victor Udeozor Mar 15
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#feministAtwork #FixingTheCountry #IamNotMyHair Oct 15
The hypocrisy of African leaders who will be all talk about supporting Africa led development, all about Africa rising what what and then they fly out to London to host an 🤷🏾‍♀️
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Hans J. Giessmann Jun 17
conveys lessons learned from the South to the Global North. For example: Women are more effective in running projects dealing with the protection of global goods, such as water.
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Simplicius Feb 4
What was it that said during the recent ? “As we leave the EU I want to send a message that the UK is open to the most talented minds in the world...” strikes again.
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