Proceeding from UN strategy the next 10 years were declared as the period for small farmers development. Major goals are reducing poverty and improving global food security. Small family farming, besides of poverty and food control, can also be a key to reaching some global goals: gender equality, good health and well-being, sustainable community growth, […]
Africa is projected to account for ~40% of the world’s youth by 2030, but the views of the youth today are often underrepresented among industry that’s looking to provide services and investment to the continent. This panel discussion will focus on perspectives from several experienced African business school students who share their thoughts and findings from recent research on impact investing, green bonds, off-grid energy, and future opportunities for investment in Africa post COVID-19.
Christopher Ahlfeldt (Facilitator)–Sustainability & clean energy specialist from California. Part-time lecturer on Environmental Finance at University of Stellenbosch Business School in South Africa https://www.linkedin.com/in/cmahlfeldt/
Okhela Ntsamai–Development finance practitioner working in financial services. MBA student at Stellenbosh University https://www.linkedin.com/in/okhela-ntsamai/
Vuyo Mroxiso–Investment analyst at Allan Gray in South Africa and MBA student https://www.linkedin.com/in/vuyolwethu-mroxiso-ca-sa-b28548b6/
Arnold Takudzwanashe Marambire–MBA student and manager in financial accounting advisory services at EY in Harare, Zimbabwe. https://www.linkedin.com/in/arnold-t-marambire-ca-z-7b153a31/
Susan Pendame–MBA student and dual-qualified lawyer (England and Malawi) working for Trade and Development Bank in Nairobi, Kenya. https://www.linkedin.com/in/susan-pendame-15a64b56/