Join us and secure Africa's future through the UN's 17 Sustainable Development Goals

Education: Africa’s path to a sustainable future

Education: Africa’s path to a sustainable future. Understanding the relevance of the global goals in an African context

DAY 1: 12 July

11h30 – 12h15:  

Building critical infrastructure to support sustainable energy, water and waste management: Where education and innovation meet to support environmental management

Speaker: Carleen King, President/ Founder, Global Kiss Inc. (New York)

12h45 – 13h30:  

Exploring energy saving strategies and initiatives to enhance resource allocation, save costs and promote environmental sustainability.

Let’s help you go green without breaking the bank or losing efficiency

Speaker: Teslim Mohammad Yusuf, Project Manager, Sanedi

14h00 – 14h45:  

Designing education systems to allow access to all children, emphasising rights based and learner centric strategies.

Global perspectives on:

  • Designing and implementing a framework for disabled learners
  • Building teacher capacity to support the framework

15h15 – 16h00:

School Finances: Understanding the spending patterns of your institution, how to make wise and prevent wastage

Speaker: Jaco Deacon, Deputy CEO, FEDSAS

16h15 – 17h00:

Addressing systemic inequalities within South African education by encouraging community cohesion through functional schools

Speaker: Dr Robyn Whittaker, Stakeholder Engagement Lead,

Partners for Possibility Programme

17h30: 

NETWORKING COCKTAIL EVENING: Visitor Lunch Area, EduWeek Exhibition

19h00:

EDUWEEK AWARDS GALA DINNER (Ticket holders only: Contact Tracey.Gersowsky@spintelligent.com for more information)

DAY 2: 13 July

11h00 – 11h45:

Kenyan Case Study: Tracking the integration of ICT  in inclusive institutions, designed to assist disabled teachers and leaners

Speaker: Peter Oloo, Senior Teacher, Joyland Special Secondary School

12h05 – 12h45: 

Equipping leaders within education institutions to managing change, embrace disruption and thrive in turbulent times.

Speaker: Akiva Beebe, Regional Director, Centre for Creative Leadership

13h10 – 13h50:

Think Tank: Reenergising the teaching profession  through multi-faceted resources designed to help teachers succeed.

We focus on:

  • What resources are available
  • How to source help
  • How to manage change
  • Identify trends and what works

14h15 – 14h55:

Exploring public private partnerships dedicated to promoting healthcare in education.

We explore a practical case study:

  • To understand the dynamics and demand for core health services for learners

15h15 – 16h00: 

Closing Keynote & Final Remarks