IGD will roll out its newly-launched campaign aimed at encouraging greater trade and investment in Africa by amplifying the voice of Africa’s private sector leaders and showcasing business and investment opportunities through multimedia storytelling and strategic traditional and social media outreach.
Media advisory outlines coverage for IGD’s two-day workshop, “Making Markets Work: A Private Sector Workshop on Reducing Postharvest Loss and Unlocking Potential in the Nigerian Tomato Value Chain”, on November 1- 2 in Lagos, Nigeria.
IGD has joined forces with the African Development Bank to mobilize Africa’s private sector in creating an enabling business environment to achieve inclusive growth and accelerate progress on the Bank’s “High 5s” at its for its Fall Frontier 100 Forum.
WASHINGTON D.C., July 7, 2016 – A newly-released impact assessment report by the Initiative for Global Development showed that Chevron-supported nongovernmental organizations have “moved the needle” in laying the groundwork for greater development in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria and highlighted how a market-based approach to development can help… Read More
To spur Africa’s economic transformation, African and global business leaders attending the Initiative for Global Development’s Spring Frontier 100 Forum gathered to put forth solutions to accelerate job creation and inclusive growth.
MEDIA ADVISORY: African and global business leaders will gather for the Initiative for Global Development’s Spring Frontier 100 Forum on May 13-14, in Nairobi, Kenya.