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PfAL Forum

Getting to know the Network, strengthening bonds, sharing ideas

It was thrilling to meet fellows from other cohorts and share experiences with them. Most of all, it was interesting to see how passionate the participants were about the programme.

PfAL alumni will be invited to attend the PfAL Forum, gatherings of the PfAL Network and its supporters, held every two years in Africa. Each PfAL Forum will provide a platform for discussion of issues related to Africa’s development, for networking and bonding as a group, for reviewing member achievements and impact, and to set goals and identify opportunities for the year ahead.

The first Forum was held in Munyonyo, Uganda from 14-15 January 2016. Members from all cohorts gathered together to discuss the themes of youth empowerment and promoting African intellectualism. The forum comprised of talks by speakers including Fadumo Dayib, Mbuvi Ngunze, Rapelang Rabana and Ali Mufuruki. PfAL members were also able to offer consultancy advice and to network with local NGOs including UNICEF, LEAP Africa and Farm Africa.



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