The NGO Tibu Africa and the Ministry of National Education, Preschool and Sports (MENPS) have announced the organization, from May 25 to 28, 2023 in Casablanca, of the 2nd edition of the Education through Sport Summit in Africa under the theme “Boosting the human capital of African faces”.
This event, intended for governmental, public, private, CSOs and national and international individuals, will see the participation of more than 500 global players in the metropolis, and more than 5,000 participants and beneficiaries, specify the organizers.
The summit thus offers a platform for debate, exchange of expertise and design of innovative and sustainable solutions in the field of sport, but also the opportunity to highlight existing initiatives related to sport that have had a strong impact on populations.
During this summit, more than 20 activities will be organized (Conferences, round tables, Master classes, Hackathons, exhibition fairs and sports activities, etc.), bringing together more than 50 high-ranking experts nationally and internationally, including: Laurence Fischer (Ex-Sports Ambassador for Europe & Founder of Fight for Dignity), Jean-Jérôme Perrin-Mortier (General Manager of Peace and Sport), Lisa Followay (CEO of Adaptive Sports Ohio), Nelson Camara (CEO of Sport Impact), Michelle Wilson (Director of Global Ties Akron), etc.
On the occasion of the organization of the summit under the patronage of UNESCO, several actors of the ecosystem will take part in the official plenary organized on May 25, 2023 and will participate in the activities around the plenary: meeting of young sports entrepreneurs, celebration of World Africa Day with African delegations, etc.
The summit, underline its initiators, opens up new prospects for cooperation and action for all stakeholders in order to channel the use of sport for the purposes of sustainable and human development, the environment, prosperity, peace and the promotion of partnerships.