The goal is to provide insights on how collaboration could fostered to support growth of Social Innovations in Africa. By highlight the miss-match between availability and demand, existing models and to come up with suggestions for innovative financing approaches and processes required to meet the funding gap facing Africa.
The goal is to provide insights on impact investment has the potential to complement public spending and development assistance by crowding in private sector capital and skills to reduce Africa economic vulnerability, providing market based solutions to the continent’s most pressing needs.
A practical work session to dive deeper into measuring and managing the impact of organizations. The B Impact Assessment is a holistic impact framework that helps you consider the impact of all your stakeholders not just shareholders to balance profit and purpose in-order to keep scaling your social innovation and impact
The breakout session “Real Talk with Impact Investors” will connect social entrepreneurs with asset managers from the continent and provide insight on how social entrepreneurs can prepare themselves to engage with impact investors.
Enviu will use the food program that they are building in Kenya as an example of a social venture building model.
What is the effect of Team Leadership on Collaboration?
Why is Social capital necessary?
“The only thing more powerful than a new idea in the hands of an entrepreneur is a group of entrepreneurs working together.” Bill Drayton – Founder of Ashoka
Show case transformative models depicting the theme and sub themes of the summit for increased visibility of social innovations.
Falaq is a Manager at Sahel Consulting Agriculture & Nutrition Limited.
She has worked with development organizations, private organizations and government agencies on strategic assessment and planning, market analysis, national and regional policy analysis and entry strategies to inform investments in the African Agricultural sector.
She has worked on the downstream and upstream sectors across various value chains focusing on several countries in West Africa including Benin Republic, Burkina Faso, Niger and Nigeria.
Falaq holds a BSc in Business Economics (First Class Honors) from the Anglia Ruskin University, England. She is proficient in French and English.