Equity is fundamental for a just society, aiming for a fair distribution of opportunities and resources for all. It becomes more significant when addressing the specific needs of marginalized or underprivileged communities to correct systemic imbalances. Are you leveraging data to address the challenges that marginalized communities face? Join our webinar to learn how to drive change toward equitable resource distribution through informed decisions. In this webinar session, we will explore: 1. How nonprofits can turn existing data into effective program reporting. 2. How to combine qualitative and quantitative data to understand program effectiveness. 3. How to develop a clear data strategy to encourage continuous improvement 4. How to reduce perpetual dependency on funders by shifting from a donor-centric model to an impact-driven model. Who should attend? This webinar is tailored for nonprofits ready to challenge the status quo and aim for a more equitable future for the underserved. Be part of the movement: Register now to secure your place in this important discussion and seize the chance to learn how to become a design partner. Turn your data into valuable insights quickly.Time: 12:00 PST | 3:00 PM EST
The online Business Fights Poverty Climate Summit 2023, broadcasting live from Dubai and Nairobi during the COP28 climate summit, will give you the chance to have your voice heard wherever you may be in the world.
Our highly-rated hybrid formats enable you to genuinely participate in meaningful conversations and build valuable relationships.
Let’s shape a green economy where no one is left behind.
Use promo code BFPCJ23 for free passes: https://snipbfp.org/BFP_COP
Empowering Smallholder Farmers: Enhancing Food System Productivity through DRE Sector Policy Provisions for Private Sector InvestmentZooming in on Answering the Call to Action from a country perspective: Kenya, Uganda, and Ethiopia: Role of Policy and Ecosystem: Governments, especially Ministries of agriculture, irrigation, energy, and climate change need to align their objectives to ensure the right policies are in place to effectively curb emissions and as well as lay a strong foundation for climate-resilient sustainable Agricultural practices. From the recently released Call to Action, it is evident that the role of integrating renewable energy into the food system is important. Considering the growing market demand for the Productive use of Renewable Energy Applications in countries like Kenya, Uganda, and Ethiopia, this webinar will bring together key representatives from the governments of these countries to shed light on the policy initiatives, and successes, from the ground.
Join us for an engaging roundtable discussion on climate action on the sidelines of COP28 in the Blue Zone at the Global Renewables Hub, Roundtable Meeting Room. This in-person event will take place on Tuesday, December 5, 2023 from 4:00-5:15 pm GST. We’ll share insights, strategies, and initiatives aimed at combating climate change. Together, we’ll explore innovative solutions, exchange ideas, and foster collaborations to drive positive environmental impact around entrepreneurship and renewable energy. Don’t miss this opportunity to be part of the global movement towards a sustainable future!
Time: 4 – 5:15pm +04
Do you want to be part of a global conversation that puts communities in charge of their own development and that produces flourishing lives for all?
Do you believe that the current international funding system can and must be re-shaped to be more locally-owned and locally-led?
Do you want to be inspired by new ways of deciding and doing that are emerging around the world, that centre dignity, equity and trust – and that recognize the resources and inherent power of communities?
If so, join us in Bogotá from 5–7 December 2023!
The Goalmakers annual conference – now in its 14th year – is the premier event for global development practitioners, funders, companies, and partners on the West Coast.
Global Washington’s annual conference gathers top international development practitioners, business executives, corporate social responsibility leaders, academic researchers, philanthropists and others who are seeking ways to tackle immense challenges.
The theme of our conference this year is Advancing Transformative Philanthropy. This reflects recent trends in funding for global development to create more equity and stronger partnerships in philanthropy. We will examine the funder and recipient relationship, and test our theory that co-creation creates stronger, more effective partnerships and yields better outcomes.
Examples to be discussed at the conference include U.S. based foundations that support community-based organizations in a low- or middle-income countries, U.S. NGOs that subcontract to other organizations, and giving circles that give to grassroots organizations outside the U.S.
We will unpack the inherent power dynamics between funder and recipient and then apply our co-creation process to determine better, more equitable relationships. This builds on last year’s theme of co-creation – a timely and relevant issue applicable to all who work in global development.
The conference is two days, with a virtual day on Nov. 30 and an in-person day in Seattle on Dec. 7. You can register for one or both days; see below.
Global Washington will convene “Goalmakers” whose work is critical to advancing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Goalmakers are those who are singularly focused on building a more equitable, healthy, and prosperous world for everyone.
We look forward to seeing you, and look forward to your participation and viewpoints in these important discussions!
Devex will again be on the ground in Dubai for COP 28 to host a series of live media interviews, conversations, and collaborative workshops.
This year’s summit, Climate +, will bring together visionaries, change-makers, and thought leaders from across the globe to explore the interconnected relationship between climate change and the Sustainable Development Goals. With a focus on critical areas such as health, food, energy, and finance, Climate + aims to uncover solutions that drive climate action while promoting equitable, sustainable development.
While the official COP 28 will break for a day of rest, Climate + will be held at Warehouse Four, an event space in the trendy arts district of Dubai, Al Quoz. The day will include interviews with key leaders, panel discussions and debates with diverse stakeholders, and opportunities to collaborate and network with other leaders tackling climate and development challenges.
Devex will also host a series of exclusive, invite-only dinners and side events. Registering for the summit will include you in a list for consideration for these other, more intimate gatherings.
Register now to join us in person in Dubai or for the online broadcast!
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Join us for a day of discussions, celebration and connection with Tech Connect Africa in Johannesburg, Where Tech Meets culture
This tech festival and conference will welcome tech founders, business leaders, startups, and investors, key players in South African innovation.
We will be celebrating the innovation, progress and resilience of the African tech scene.
Hosted in the city of Johannesburg, South Africa has a rapidly emerging tech ecosystem. According to the startup Genome, Joburg’s startup scene is worth $962 million with more than 70% of South African companies located in Johannesburg.
We’ve gathered a tremendous lineup of speakers who will share their insights on the latest trends, innovation, challenges, and opportunities on the continent.
We want you to join us for party after party, networking, discussions led by professionals paving the way in tech, and the chance to connect with recruiters from global tech companies and local startups.
Don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity to connect and networking with like-minded individuals
Celebrating African Excellence! We invite you to wear your best African Attire / Business Casual
Who is Tech Connect Africa?
Tech Connect Africa is a global social enterprise. Our mission is to unify the global African diaspora and build a future of tech that embodies our culture, connection, and community. We are creating a world where the African diaspora is leading technological innovations in their communities. We welcome you to our flagship conference in Johannesburg
To join our community and for more info: https://techconnectafrica.com/
Please note, this ticket provides you with access to the location and dinner
Note: By attending our event, you acknowledge and consent to the potential sharing of non-personal data with our sponsors and partners for analytical and promotional purposes.Time: 5pm SAST / 10:00 AM ET