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Let’s Talk about The Future! 100 Change Agents to Converge for the Development Dialogue on Social Innovation in Africa | 21st May 2015



Development Dialogue Event E-Flyer 21st May 2015

Nigeria’s social development landscape is beaming brightly as development practitioners prepare to meet, engage, share ideas and lend their voice to pressing issues at the forthcoming Development Dialogue: Stakeholders’ Edition.

The high-impact gathering themed “Igniting Social Innovation in Africa: A Development Narrative” will host a select cohort of 100 change agents around key discussions to shape the future of development, across various impact sectors including education, healthcare, media and arts, economic empowerment and financial inclusion, housing, environment, gender advocacy amongst others.

Gbenga Sesan, Founder at Paradigm Initiative Nigeria will deliver the Keynote Speech on The Leadership Question: How ethical and values-based leadership will shape development and social prosperity. A bright Panel Discussion on “How Social Innovation Emerges and Thrives” will consist Chude Jideonwo (Future Project Africa), Peju Jaiyeoba (Brown Button Foundation), Oje Ivagba (former Prog Director at LEAP Africa and Lead Consultant, PLEASE Inc.), Maureen Iyasele (JobMag), Tolu Sangosanya (LOTS Charity/ Dustbin School), and Babatomiwa Adesida (Sahara Foundation).

Date: Thursday 21st May, 2015

Time: 9 AM

Contact: Email: [email protected] | Phone: 07032623336

Attendance is strictly by invitation.

Development Dialogue is organised by Ideation Hub Africa – a social enterprise committed to equipping businesses and development actors to create value and solve burning social issues

The Development Dialogue partners include: Amani Institute, Brazil; Future Project Africa, HACEY Health Initiative; amongst others. Media Partners are Ventures Africa, Y!Naija, Bella Naija, BrandWorldMedia Pride Magazine, NAN amongst others.

BellaNaija is a Media Partner with Development Dialogue: Stakeholders’ Edition


  1. kyke

    May 15, 2015 at 10:51 pm

    Thanks for the info

  2. Valerie

    May 16, 2015 at 11:10 am

    Wow! Great concept.

  3. Mymind

    May 16, 2015 at 9:03 pm

    If attendance is strictly by invitation, why do we need the details when dem no “hinfite” us??????

    • Mosun

      May 17, 2015 at 3:34 pm

      Then you should area out them if you really want to attend. Afterall, their contact details is displayed in the post.

  4. Mosun

    May 17, 2015 at 3:36 pm

    Then you should reach out to them if you really want to attend. Afterall, their contact details is displayed in the post.

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