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The First German African Entrepreneurship Summit

Unleash the Ecosystem

The German African Entrepreneurship Summit (GAES) in Ghana takes place from Monday 11th February – Wednesday 13th February, 2019 at the La Palm Royal Beach Hotel. This summit brings together 150 representatives of the Pan-African entrepreneurship ecosystem to focus their experience and creativity on central questions of entrepreneurship in Africa and to learn from each other. The event is themed: Unleash the Ecosystem - to shape Policies, collaborate with Companies and determine its own Future. The GAES is organised by the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS) in collaboration with some partners. The partners include the Ministry of Business Development, AHK (Delegation of German Industry and Commerce in Ghana), Afrilabs, #i4Policy, Make-IT in Africa and Ghana Tech and Business Hubs in Ghana

Expert conference

Ghana's incubators revive their network

Entrepreneurship is the topic to be - at least one gets the impression following international and Ghanaian media.

Forum

Gruender foerdern - um Ghana zu entwickeln!

Gemeinsam mit dem ghanaischen Gruenderzentrum 'Hopin Academy' und dem Ministerium für Wirtschaftsförderung in Ghana hat die KAS ein eintägiges Diskussionsforum über Unternehmertum in Tamale organisiert.

Discussion

Traders in dialogue with Municipalities

The Ghana Union of Traders (GUTA) with support from Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS) is organizing workshops and engagements on the theme "strengthening traders associations for municipal and district assemblies responsiveness".

Workshop

Leadership-Workshops for young women in Ghana

KAS supports the Christian Mothers Association in a series of workshops for young women regarding ‘Leadership’. Each workshop consists of a three-day-program which take place in the cities of Koforidua, Sunyani and Tamale.

Discussion

My motivation to do politics

Former President Kufuor meets young German politician Eva and scholars

Konrad Adenauer-Stiftung organized a meeting with a young German politician, Eva Majewski,from the German Parliament, scholars from KAS and John A. Kofuor Foundation (JAK) for them to interact with ex - President John A. Kofuor

Discussion

Elections 2016 in Ghana - survey on voters' behaviour

The University of Ghana with the support of Konrad Adenauer Foundation will present the results of the post- election survey. 5.000 people were interviewed and asked on their opinion on the parties' performance, influence of media etc.

Expert talk

Do center-right politics matter any more?

KAS Ghana will held a discussion on centre-right philosophy, policies and politics and its up-to-dateness in Ghana, in subsaharian Africa. The ex- President of Ghana, His Excellency John A. Kufuor, is invited to share his rich experiences.

Discussion

German business community meets Vice-president of Ghana

The Vice-president of the Republic of Ghana, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, will join the German business community for a business lunch meeting in order to discuss about the economic atmosphere in Ghana.

Discussion

Natural Capital Accounting; Key for Sustainable Natural Resource Management

This conference is the second of the series of natural resource conferences organized together by the Institute of Green Growth Solutions and the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung.

„Die Vertiefung der deutsch- ghanaischen Wirtschaftskooperation ist Musik in meinen Ohren” (Vize-Präsident Dr. Bawumia)

Bei einem von der Konrad Adenauer- Stiftung Ghana initiierten Besuch eines Vertreters der Deutschen Botschaft in Ghana, der Aussenhandelskammer Ghana und der KAS Ghana bei dem neuen Vizepräsidenten Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia tauschten sich die Anwesenden darüber aus, wie die wirtschaftliche Kooperation zwischen den Ländern vertieft, die Situation deutscher Unternehmen in Ghana verbessert und weitere deutsche Unternehmen motiviert werden könnten, in Ghana zu investieren.

„Ghana beyond aid“

Staatspräsident Addo über seine Pläne, Ghana wirtschaftlich auf die Beine zu helfen

Ghana ist eines von sieben Ländern, die mit den G20-Staaten eine besondere Partnerschaft eingehen: Mit verbesserten politischen Rahmenbedingungen sollen Privatinvestitionen die heimischen Wirtschaften ankurbeln. In der Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung in Berlin sprach Präsident Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo jetzt darüber, wie er sein Land voranbringen will.

„Making Africa Work“ - Wie Afrika sich selber helfen kann

Das Handbuch „Making Africa Work“ will wirtschaftlichen und politischen Führungspersönlichkeiten in Afrika Entscheidungshilfen geben. Auf einer Tournee durch die westafrikanischen Länder Benin, der Elfenbeinküste, Nigeria, Senegal, Ghana, Burkina Faso und Niger stellen die Autoren um den Direktor der Brenthurst Foundation, Greg Mills, afrikanische Lösungen für afrikanische Probleme vor.