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lET’S CONNECT THE RESOURCES OF SAHELIAN TERRITORIES TO MAXIMIZE THE SAHEL’S POTENTIAL!

See you in May 2021 for the Africa Days’ 5th edition!

SUSTAINABLE TRANSFORMATION IN THE SAHEL

Throughout history, Sahelian communities have been masters of a delicate landscape. Knowledge passed down from generations is the key to meeting the challenges facing the region today.

ln an effort to explore this region and its traditions, natural resources, local knowledge and innovation, SOS SAHEL has launched a three-part virtual series “Achieving Sustainable Transformation”. Join us in celebrating innovation, tradition and the Sustainable Development Goals in the Sahel.

On March 30, SOS SAHEL organized part II of our virtual series “Achieving Sustainable Transformation”. With our guests, we explored successful partnership models between local and global actors to achieve the SDGs and ensure a brighter future in the Sahel.

View the event below!

FEATURING

  • Clémence Bruguier, Founder, Humans to Humans
  • Frank Aswani, CEO, African Venture Philanthropy Alliance
  • Mathieu Dondain, Managing Director, Nexira
  • Rémi Hemeryck, Executive Director, SOS SAHEL
  • Ange Mboneye, Advocacy Officer, SOS SAHEL

 

You can view a recording of our first event, below!

Featuring

    • Alisa LaGamma, Ceil and Michael E. Pulitzer, curators at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (MET) in New York
    • Daouda Keïta, Director of the National Museum of Mali
    • Aissata Lam, Co-founder and President of the Mauritania Youth Chamber of Commerce
    • Rémi Hémeryck, Managing Director of SOS SAHEL
    • Yoko Wantanabe, Global Manager, GEF Small Grants Programme, UNDP
    • Moderated by: Leena Hoffmann, Associate Fellow, Africa Programme, Chatham House

See you in May for Africa Days 2021

Agri-Hackathon

Forum

Gala

Partners

Hôtel Pullman Teranga Dakar has supported SOS SAHEL since the first edition of Africa Days.

We thank them for their continued generosity.