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  • Tue
    17
    Sep
    2019
    Wed
    18
    Sep
    2019
    8:30am - 5:00pm

    Nairobi, Kenya

    Theme: Innovations that will Transform Africa Agri Finance

    According to expert reports, agriculture sector in Africa is the least productive in the world. Small-scale and subsistence farmers, pastoralists, and fishermen produce most of the food consumed in this region, yet they continue to face a number of challenges. Lack of capital for investment contributes significantly to the lowering of small scale farmers’ productivity levels.

    How can formal financial institutions provide agricultural credit that meets the unique demands of the entire agricultural?

    Why Attend?
    •Learn strategic financial business solutions

    •Network with your colleagues

    •Share ideas

    •Meet with financially related business partners

    •Understand how your daily decisions impact the company profitability

    •Discuss the current financial market and its impact on agribusiness

    Attend The Conference


     

  • Tue
    19
    Nov
    2019
    Wed
    20
    Nov
    2019

    Nairobi, Kenya

    A shift in the humanitarian finance & funding model

    The Africa Aid and Humanitarian Finance Conference 2019 aims to create a forum for rich dialogue and debate between leading players interested in the opportunity to stimulate renewed energy and commitment to resolve longstanding humanitarian financing challenges and to identify new approaches and models of engagement to address the needs of humanitarian

    Humanitarian groups are starting to collaborate with the private sector on investment solutions, scaling revenue and pioneering alternative funding models and paradigms, but there is a still a lot that needs to be done

    Finance & funding is the lead daunting challenge for the humanitarian world chiefly because of overly reliant on traditional, donor-driven funding models. Industry experts are therefore saying that the humanitarian financing is both thinly spread and inconsistent. If this has to change, internal reforms, coupled with a radical global agenda will be needed to meet the humanitarian financing challenges of the future. A far wider ecosystem of actors will be needed so that the cost of managing risk and of responding to post-crisis needs is a shared responsibility.

     

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