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AgriFin Learning Event (ALE) 2023

Hybrid Event

 Mercy Corps and its partners host the AgriFin Learning Event (ALE) to bring together stakeholders in the agricultural sector who are focused on leveraging digital technology, to drive the sector’s growth, and improve the lives of smallholder farmers. Smallholder farmers in Africa are affected by multiple stressors and shocks that negatively disrupt farming systems and consequently threaten farmers’ livelihoods. These stressors are caused by environmental and economic shocks. Economic shocks include those caused by conflicts that lead to failing agricultural markets. The booming digital technology era provides a viable way to build farmers’ resilience to cope with the shocks. 

We were tasked with planning and managing the hybrid conference spanning 3 days. Broadcasting from Kenya, we put together a professional ‘show ’ showcasing ongoing and future projects across Central and East Africa that build capacity among smallholder farmers.

Our Impact by numbers 

1,126

networking messages shared over the meeting app

650+

in person attendees

20+

speakers and panelists

20+

countries represented

DW Akademie Women@Web Fest

Hybrid event

With the rapid development and increased use of digital media in East Africa, women in mostly still patriarchal societies have, at first glance, unimagined opportunities to express their opinions and participate in digital society. However, women who make themselves heard and visible online often run the risk of being attacked. This applies particularly to women journalists, human rights activists, representatives of civil society organizations and politicians. To promote greater digital participation, security and support for women, DW Akademie partnered with civil society organizations and individual multipliers in Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda to form the Wome@Web network, which was established in 2017. Over the past few years, the project partners have been hosting forums to share knowledge and ideas for making the digital space safer for women.

In 2023, DW Akademie (Uganda), tasked us to work as the event manager and content creator (program and topic development) for the 2023 Women@Web Fets in Dar es Salaam. Tanzania. In addition, we broadcast the event virtually to over 300 guests who joined and followed the event virtually in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, and Rwanda.

Our Impact by numbers 

4

countries represented

300

in-person attendees

100+

virtual attendees

20+

speakers and panelists

(local & international)

FSD 10th Anniversary/ Impact Report Lauch

Hybrid event

FSD Africa is passionate about creating a better future for Sub-Saharan Africa by strengthening financial markets and promoting sustainable economic development. Over the past decade, our work has made a real impact, helping over 12 million people access financial services and creating jobs for vulnerable groups, especially women and youth. FSD African has seen that investing in financial markets drives economic growth, boosts the income of vulnerable groups and helps to reduce poverty.

To celebrate this milestone, we partnered with FSD Africa. We offered our services as the official event manager for the celebrations, designing the creative look and feel for the 10-year logo and branding collaterals while overseeing the event's virtual production (live stream).

EAST FESTIVAL 2022

Hybrid Events

 The role of vibrant, viable and dynamic media in helping communities address local challenges as they globalize the local and localize the global best practices cannot be gainsaid. The EAST Festival 2022 therefore aimed to ask how journalism in East Africa can sustain productive public conversations, nurture responsible civic responsibilities and, most importantly, help the citizenry address challenges they face and seize the opportunities they have. We were tasked with planning and managing the hybrid conference spanning 5 days, covering Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda. Broadcasting from Ugands, we put together a professional ‘show ’ to tell media stories from East Africa and to connect the media stakeholders in the region through storytelling and innovation. 

Our Impact by numbers 

8+

main media house represented

800+

in person attendees

5+

countries represnted

20+

speakers and presenters

CHAMPIONING INCLUSION IN AFRICA

Hybrid event

We are proud to have been the event manager for 3 years in a row for Africa's only all-inclusivity conference - focusing on digital accessibility in Africa. The failure to provide digital accessibility is a global issue; today more than any other time, web accessibility for all needs to be urgently addressed, which is why InABLE created this event - The annual Inclusive Africa Conference. 

 

An international team that comprised of TAG, our client and their partners from around the world developed an interactive and engaging program over the course of 2 days that featured inspirational talks, interactive workshops and meetings, exhibitions, and performances centred around policy advocacy to push accessibility and adoption in all sectors. We also hosted the launch of the first government-accredited sector standards in Africa through the Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS). 

Our Impact by numbers 

20

watch parties around the world

300

in person attendees

20+

speakers and presenters