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AFRICA YOUTH LEADERSHIP & ECONOMIC SUMMIT 2018
We host over a 1,000 delegates to this annual Summits where the most valuable young talent from African companies, NGOs, universities and other forward-thinking organizations are joined by African leaders, acting as the TOP Africa Ambassadors. At the Summit, delegates’ debate, formulate and share innovative solutions for the pressing issues Africa faces which include Entrepreneurship, unemployment, underemployment, inflation and political leadership.
Our Organisation, in line with contemporary trends and global best practices, aims at fostering and facilitating the social inclusion, sustainable mainstreaming and active participation of the African Youth Entrepreneurs in the nation’s economic space through constructive policy advocacy and strategic engagement in partnership with strategic stakeholders in the public and private sectors internationally.
At past Conferences and Summits, delegates were joined by a line of distinguished facilitators that included Dr Usman Kabir, DG CMD, Dr Larry Jones Chairman Africa Youth Chamber of Commerce & Investment, Dr Sunday Popoola, Lecturer Imperial College London and many more others.
This year’s event will bring together about 4,000 participants from different sectors which includes: Corporate organisations, Entrepreneurs, National Youth Council Of Nigeria, Africa Youth Chamber of Commerce & Investment, NYSC, Universities, Polytechnics, Religious bodies etc, with the aim of training and equipping them with the right skills needed to do well in their careers or businesses, 2o youths with unique business ideas will be empowered with prize money ranging from #200,000 to #500,000 to start their businesses. These individuals will be trained by Africa Youth Chamber of Commerce and Investment on train to gain approach for Business success, this is to ensure optimum utilisation of funds.
At the end of this 3 days program divided into conferences, exhibitions, workshops, breakout sessions delegates will become more heavily involved in their communities as the journey will lead them hopefully to a network of nearly 4,000 change makers around Africa who they can collaborate with for productive purposes and the development of our economies.