2016 African Philanthropy Forum

Bold Steps and Big Bets

• Rabat, Morocco

The 2016 African Philanthropy Forum, to be held in Morocco just a few weeks before the 22nd session of the Conference of the Parties (COP 22) to the UNFCCC, presents a unique opportunity to reflect on the required bold steps and big bets, especially in response to the agricultural, climate, energy, governance and urbanization challenges facing the African Continent. It also provides philanthropists and social investors on the Continent with the opportunity to consider the critical and strategic roles that they have to play individually and collectively in this journey of transformation.

Videos

Closing Remarks
Closing Remarks
Making Big Bets in Agriculture and Nutrition
Making Big Bets in Agriculture and Nutrition
The Role of Religion in Philanthropy
The Role of Religion in Philanthropy
Engaging the Second Generation in Wealth Creation and Philanthropy
Engaging the Second Generation in Wealth Creation and Philanthropy
Philanthropy—Empathy and Evidence
Philanthropy—Empathy and Evidence
Taking Bold Steps in Energy and Climate Change
Taking Bold Steps in Energy and Climate Change
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Agenda

Bold Steps and Big Bets

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Location

Sofitel Rabat Jardin des Roses

Rabat, Morocco
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