5th Sankalp Africa Summit Report 2018

The 5th Edition of the Sankalp Africa Summit positively engaged over 1,000 different stakeholders, across the Impact Investing Ecosystem, and deliberated on strategies for building partnerships and collaborations to drive the sustainability and inclusion agenda in Africa.

With 100 + Speakers, 30+ Partners, 60+ Sessions and delegates from over 40 countries, it truly was a summit to reckon with, trending at Top 5 on Twitter.

This year’s theme, ‘Open Alliance for a Sustainable & Inclusive Africa 2030’, revolved around the Sustainable Development Goals and how various partners can work with the private sector to achieve these goals. \

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The summit highlighted what has been achieved so far and delved deeper into the untapped opportunities presented by the SDGs in Africa for the entrepreneurs, corporates and the development community.

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