Africa50 CEO meets with President of Ethiopia

Africa50 CEO meets with President of Ethiopia

Africa50 CEO, Alain Ebobissé has held discussions with H.E. Sahle-Work Zwede, President of Ethiopia, on ways of strengthening collaboration with the country in order to support its infrastructure development plan.

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Rwanda to Host Africa50’s 2019 General Shareholders Meeting on July 9-10

Rwanda to Host Africa50’s 2019 General Shareholders Meeting on July 9-10

Rwanda will host Africa50’s fourth Annual General Shareholders Meeting (GSM) in Kigali, Rwanda, on July 9-10.

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Africa50 CEO meets with President of Togo, Announces Support for Projects in Power, Transport and ICT sectors

Africa50 CEO meets with President of Togo, Announces Support for Projects in Power, Transport and ICT sectors

Africa50 will explore ways to support Togo’s new National Development Plan through the development of projects in the power, transport and ICT sectors.

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Africa50 Delegation Meets Zimbabwe’s Finance Minister; Discusses Support for Power Generation ProjectsL-R: George T. Guvamantanga, Secretary for Finance and Economic Development, Hon. Professor Mthuli Ncube, Minister of Finance and Economic Development; Carole Wainaina, Africa50 COO, and Alain Ebobissé, Africa50 CEO

Africa50 Delegation Meets Zimbabwe’s Finance Minister; Discusses Support for Power Generation Projects

On March 11, Africa50 CEO Alain Ebobissé paid a courtesy call on Zimbabwe’s Minister of Finance and Economic Development, Hon. Professor Mthuli Ncube, to discuss investment in the country’s infrastructure and potential collaboration with Africa50.

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Africa50 Female Managers

Meet women who are contributing to Africa50’s mission

The world has come a long way since the first international women’s day gathering over a century ago. In Africa, far more women are represented in government and politics now than 50 years ago when most countries became independent. Some have even become president. However, globally statistics show that at the current rate of progress it could take over 200 years to fully close the economic gender gap. Africa50 is committed to doing its part.

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