Since its inception in the year 2010, Africa 2.0 continues to grow apace. Thus far, we have -
Gathered over 300 leaders from Africa and the Diaspora who conducted extensive research and brainstorming (23,000 hours) which brought about the Vision Africa 2.0 Manifesto. The manifesto has since been endorsed by 40 ministers of education across Africa at ADEA Triennale, the African capacity building foundation, the Mo Ibrahim Foundation, African Development Bank as well as the Africa Progress Pane...
Africa 2.0 in partnership with the Mo Ibrahim Foundation, African Media Leaders Forum, Femmes Africa Solidarite, Financial times and the United Nations Development programme (to mention a few) successfully hosted a workshop themed "A business plan for Africa, from vision to execution" from the 6th - 8th of November 2013 at the African Union Building in Addis Ababa Ethiopia.
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The event had in attendance Private Sec...
17th ANNUAL MIT GLOBAL STRATUP WORKSHOP - Marrakech 24-‐26,2014
MIT Global Startup Workshop: 300 future global business leaders to meet in Marrakech
Under the High Patronage of His Majesty King Mohammed VI, Morocco, for the first time, hosts this year's edition of the MIT Global Startup Workshop (MITGSW), the only conference in the world of its kind, dedicated to the promotion of entrepreneurship, innovation and their ecosy...
South Africa Chapter Launch - 3rd April 2014
The SA chapter launch at Wits business school was memorable. With more than 150 RSVP gathering a lot of potential members and high caliber personalities.
Discussions were high level the theme was " How to integrate South Africa to the rest of the continent" and followed through to the discussions helped by the SA team last November in Addis.
The audience was excited to get started with the local activities of the chapter as they collected membershi...
founded in 2010, Africa2.0, is composed of 450+ young African leaders from more than 41 nationalities sharing a collective vision for Africa, with members committed to the development of the continent through effective initiatives.
Members of Advisory board include Chairman Africa 2.0: Hon Olusegun Obasanjo, H.E. Joaquim Kissano- former President of Mozambique & Reverend Jesse Jackson amongst others.
Africa2.0 is a D-ink Tank (a Think Tank that Does Things) committed to thought leader...
During the Online Hisab at Pivot East conference on the 23rd-25th of June 2014, delegateswere able to see the power of Africa 2.0’s networks and expertise. Representing the Ethiopian chapter Ruth Dresslegn as Co-Chapter Head, Etse-Hiwot Girma was able to connect with Kenya Chapter Head Teddy Waria who immediately offered his experience and connected the Online Hisab team to a strong network at the conference. Dr. Shiyghan Navti Africa 2.0 Technology Champion also joined Online Hisab in t...
South AfricaAfrica 2.0 foundation trust accountBank: FNB Sandton CityAccount number: 62363865688Branch code: 254605Swift code: FIRNZAJJ
MauritiusBarclays Bank Mauritius ('Barclays') informed that the following information is required for the transfer to be effective:Name of Account: Africa 2.0 International LtdAccount Number: 2046412IBAN: MU17BARC0307000002046412000USDSwift code of Barclays: BARCMUMUMAF
Mamadou currently works as Managing Director with GE Africa. In this role, Mamadou leads a regional Capital Markets (Sales and Project Finance) team across Sub-Saharan Africa supporting GE’s industrial business growth with sales’ funding solutions. He is also responsible for developing market and competitors’ analysis across the region.
Mamadou previously worked at IFC (International Finance Corporation, World Bank Group) in Johannesburg, he was in charge of private sector investments in the Te...
2015/2016 BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Henri EpesseLocation: CameroonOccupation: General CounselCompany: EneoBrief Summary:Henri s an international lawyer registered at the Bar of Paris (France) and Cameroon with 17 year experience in oil, mining and energy law and infrastructure projects. Henri has also been involved in the major reforms of the power sector in Cameroon since 1999 (privatisation of the power company, raising of long term financing for the national power utility, adopt...
Descent Health Care Affordable Housing
Enabling Banking Infrastructure Lead The Mobile Banking Revolution
Involve Women Youth Diaspora And Technology
Manifesto Growth Enabling Environment
Move Towards A Knowledge Based Society
Promote Regional and Cooperate Champion
“Africa’s next generation of leaders – role and ownership in the process of transforming the continent–“
Africa’s youth is economically, socially and politically marginalized. The unemployment rate among youth (15-24 years) is estimated at 16.65%, which according to the World Bank represents 60% of the total number of unemployed in the continent.1 This crisis manifests in three key main ways: (a) migration; (b) radicalization; and (c) increased criminality and xenophobia....