Numerous figures and representatives of international organizations for funding and support were present Wednesday in the ACP-building in Brussels to participate in the joint launch of the Pan African Chamber and its network specifically devoted to multicultural gender approach.
Under the patronage of the Embassy of Benin, the event also hosted important delegations and representatives of embassies including the DRC, Central Africa, but also from Ghana, Algeria, Gambia, Ivory Coast , Burkina Faso, Gabon, and many MEPs, members of the ACP and representatives of major international donors.
The way the Chamber organized its launch operation shouwed his pro activity and its effective intervention strategy in all priority areas.
The emphasis was placed on male / female equality through the creation of a network of women who will have a key role in building partnerships and exchanges with respect, transparency and equal opportunities and support to women entrepreneurs for business creation and expansion of their activities in Africa.
The Chamber gave us proof of its ability to provide financial and technical resources for the development projects of companies or associations that it intends to support in Africa in all areas related to health, access water, education, employment and empowerment and food for all.
The presentations revealed how the room will be supported in its private sector development strategy, by the ACP, but also on its ability to make successful projects FAGACE (African Fund for Guarantee and Economic Cooperation in 14 countries Africa), the European Investment Bank active by significant funding in Africa and make access of SMEs to the European Development Fund (EDF)
For the deployment of its actions, the Chamber will rely on its preferred partners such as COLEAP that promotes sustainable agriculture; IPDD acting in defense of democracy;ENIDA accompanying project developers; the health platform Gupta and also the companies run by its members as Osmoteam Consulting, specialist in intercultural coaching and territorial development and partnership building; Meridia partners supporting African organizations and evaluating the impact of EU policies of Erika Kaneza that coaches entrepreneurs of the African Diaspora; Aminata Samake freight manager at the port of Antwerp and importer of food products from Mali; Annick Niyonzima, a specialist financial instruments.
Our newspaper wishes long life and success to the Panafrican Chamber and invites its members to provide all relevant information to our readers.