Novsaic Expressions is organizing the African Recycle Symposium Stakeholder Breakfast meeting to happen in 8 countries; Ghana,Nigeria, Ivory Coast, Senegal, Rwanda,Kenya,Uganda and South Africa starting with Ghana on March 23, 2018.
The Symposium’s sole focuses are the increasing complex issues for proper waste management in Africa.
The 3-day program consists of Forums, Master Classes, Professional Exhibition and various Networking sessions of course.
It is themed ‘Why Waste When We Can Create $ (Wealth)’and it will feature five topics including Waste management, Sanitation and hygiene, Collaboration and like-mindedness, Industry Innovation and creative solutions and Polices and investment.
Educators, Community Leaders, Government Officials, Research Experts in Waste Management and Eco-Friendly initiatives, Policy Makers, Recycling Professionals, Business Developers and International Trade Marketers are expected to take part in the event.
According to the organizers, special events and custom packages are designed to meet sponsors’ goals. Sponsorship opportunities are available on a first come, first serve basis.
The planning team could be reached via email: [email protected]/ [email protected]
In 2017 Novsaic Expression -in Collaboration with Sustainable Development Goals, Anzisha Prize, Accra Municipal Council, UN Environment, Ministry of Environment and Technology Ghana and the Ministry Of Tourism Ghana- launched the Waste Or Create Hub In Ghana, an Innovative And Creative Pragmatic Solution Towards Proper Waste Management.
After successfully executing Programs, Exhibition, Forums and Workshops in public and private sectors. Novsaic Expression with other major Stakeholders in the conversation and solutions on how best to manage waste on a larger scale, and this is why the Africa Recycle Symposium was Launched.
Source: Kofi Owusu Aduonum
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