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AIA CONFIRMS DATE AND LOCATION FOR ANNUAL FUTURE OF WORK IN AFRICA CONFERENCE 2018

 

The Africa Internship Academy presents its inaugural Future of Work in Africa event, on the 22nd September 2018.

The event themed “Enhancing Partnerships for 21st Century Skills: Youth as JOB CREATORS, not JOB SEEKERS, using AIAs Approach” will focus on how Youths can be self-empowered through job acquisition in a technologically concentrated environment. The event is primarily geared towards addressing some of the salient issues of the 2030 sustainable Development Goals with special attention to goal 8 which seeks to promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all.


Future of Work in Africa, as an inaugural event will bring together key speakers within fields of technology, skills, entrepreneurship, governance, and agriculture to deliberate in a panel about the way forward for youths in aspects of work in the future. Discussions will center on the impact of the 4th industrial revolution on work and employment. The fact that youths in Africa need to nurture their skills to become self-employed in the future, and the Good policies must be adopted to bridge the gap between employment and the rapid technological growth.

According to the Africa Regional Research & Strategy Manager, Emmanuel Leslie Addae, the organization as a key stakeholder of Africa’s development has a massive role to play in the process. “As a youth empowerment social enterprise in Africa and a stakeholder of Africa’s socio-economic and political development, we believe in a better Africa based on proactive and sustainable programs and policies that best address issues surrounding youths especially in the area of employment and work. As an organization, our call to duty revolves around these issues. We have and are playing our part towards that mandate, and we call on governments and key stakeholders across Africa to be highly proactive and put in collaborative effort in solving the problem of decent and sustainable work without compromising the ability to meet future needs in the work environment.”

The free event will see ace speakers such as Tirso Dos Santos - Country Director of UNESCO, Mami Serwaa Amoakohene - CEO of 3Ps Consult, Abubakar Amin Sulley - Founder of Zaacoal Energy, Alfred Adjabeng - Founder of School Farms, Emmanuel Awume - CEO of Sesil Consult, Regina Honu - Founder of Soronko Academy & Soronko Solutions, Christabel Dadzie - Social Protection Specialist, World Bank Group, Ghana.

As part of the event, certificates will be awarded to past cohorts who have successfully completed their internship program with the organization.

About: Africa Internship Academy

Africa Internship Academy (AIA) which is a YOUTH EMPLOYMENT ACCELERATOR here in Ghana with a continental focus. The platform grooms young Africans with employable skills through an extensive WORK INTEGRATED LEARNING PROGRAM MODULE focused on EMPLOYABLE and WORK-READINESS SKILLS TRAINING & EARLY BUSINESS ADVISORY SUPPORT.

Register and book a seat for free at https://egotickets.com/events/aia-community-event Be part of the FUTURE OF WORK IN AFRICA 2018. Come connect, learn, and shape!

See event portal here https://www.africainternshipacademy.com/future-of-work-in-africa/

 

Distributed by Africa Internship Academy on behalf of People Initiative Foundation.

 

People Initiative Foundation

The People Initiative Foundation (PIF) is a Pan African - Youth organization that promotes and supports Africa’s youth to achieve their goals in life. Our Thematic  Areas: Education & Youth Livelihood Skills Training; Employment & Employability Skills Training; Startups & SME Incubation Program; Talents Searching / Job Connecting Platform; Mentorship Platform; Internship placements; Social Impact Programs.

Read about us here.

 

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Contact:

Emmanuel Leslie Addae

leslie.addae@africainternshipacademy.com

+233 26 297 9845

Nora Asiedu

nora.asiedu@africainternshipacademy.com

+233 54 910 5682