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“Let African Women Speak” is the Theme of The Africanity Summit’s Second Edition in Casablanca

Written by FDM

The African Trophy Foundation is celebrating, under the high patronage of His Majesty the King, the centenary of Professor Amadou Mahtar Mbow, in Casablanca.

In partnership with the University of Hassan II Casablanca, and the National School of Commerce and Management Casablanca (ENCG), Morocco is hosting in Casablanca on April 05, 06, and 07, 2021 the second edition of the Africanity Summit, in which the Africanity Trophy will be awarded to the first African Director of UNESCO, Professor Amadou Mahtar MBOW, in tribute to his exceptional, historical, and very exemplary career.

Placed under the theme “Made In Africa: Let African Women Speak”, the floor will be given to personalities, African women, and future leaders to talk about their projects and share their success.

The aim of the Africanity Summit is to support by federating the leadership dynamics of women and young people in Africa, selected by the Foundation, to publicize their immediate projects, encourage them, and finally help them find funding.

This Summit aims to be a mediator for African women and youth vis-à-vis the international community.

The African Trophy Foundation, which organizes this event in Casablanca, has already awarded more than 140 personalities around the world, including 10 African Heads of State.