Dubai to Host 27 African Countries at Pan African Humanitarian Summit

Dubai to host Pan African Humanitarian Summit
Princess Sikhanyiso

HRH Princess Sikhanyiso, Principal Princess of Swaziland

DUBAI (12 November, 2016 Siyimbali Reporter); Dubai to host 27 African countries at the 2016 Pan African Humanitarian Summit/Awards in November, 2016.
On the 12th of November, 2016, Dubai, the most populous city in the UAE and one of the world’s most prominent global event destination for business and individuals is set to play host to highly recognized leaders in various sectors of industry, government, business and humanity from 27 African countries to discuss the future challenges and opportunities for those who are involved in developing the humanitarian practices, advocacy and socio-economic development in Africa and be honored for work of excellence through an Award Ceremony.The summit will include workshops, conference sessions, award presentation and panel discussions on the success stories and experiences needed to bring a positive change in global charity and social environments.

Also to attend the prestigious night of honour are:
Gambian First Lady Her Excellency Madam Zineb Yahya Jammeh;
Former Liberian 1st Lady who was also rated most influential woman in Liberia after the President- Senator Howard Taylor;
President of the World Leaders Forum Dubai Sabine Balve;
Acclaimed CNN Hero and Founder of the Girl Child Network International Muvzare Betty Makoni;
HRH Princess Sikhanyiso, Princess of Swaziland
Speaker East African Commission Rt. Hon Daniel Fred Kidega;
Uganda Member of Parliament and Board member of the Parliamentary Network of the World Bank and IMF Hon. Nathan Nandala Mafabi;
Former Cabo Verdean Minister of Justice and Internal Affairs – H.E Morias Morris; Chairman of Royal Africa Holdings HRH Prince Ebrahim;
Governor Emeritus of Rotary International Dr. Mike Omotosho;
Director General of the West African Institutes Prof. Djénéba Traore;
Hon. Consul General of Antigua and arbuda to Nigeria Ambassador Capt. Williams Wallace,
Chairman of Innoson Motors-the first indigenous vehicle manufacturing company in Africa Dr Innocent Chukwuma,
Former Cabo Verdean youngest Parliamentarian and President of the Network of Women Parliamentarians Graca Sanches;
Felak Concept Managing Director Dr Mrs Aisha Achimugu;
Guinean gender activist and Founder of Make Every Woman Count Foundation Rainatou Sow;
Africa’s Queen of Comedy Kasiime Anne;
Miss Heritage Global President Mr Nhlanhla Shabangu;
Executive Secretary African Project & Programme Management Association Dr. Donald Agumenu;
Seasoned Kenyan actress and dancer Ruth Miangi;
Renowned Media Personalities: Dlamini Minnie of South Africa, Nigerian Ginika Tor; Kenyan Beatrice Ndung’u;
Nigerian Blogger Laila Ijeoma;
Cameroonian Photographer Peter Njodzeka;
Zimbabwean Entrepreneur and founder of Kindacare Faith Nyamukapa ,
Most Beautiful Model in Nigeria Queen Yvette Meurer,
President Pan African Film Consortium Mykel Parish,
President African Heritage Awards
and Miss Heritage Nigeria Chinor Emeka,
Ecokaya Executive Director and President of the Mozambiqcan NGO for Development Tania Tome and many more from our host countries – UAE and other continents. The Pan African Humanitarian Awards/Summit popularly known as the prestigious Night of Honour is an annual event conceived to recognize and profile men and women, leaders and peace builders creating change at the grassroots to national levels in Africa and who have demonstrated kindness in building and supporting the less privileged in their communities.

HRH Princess Sikhanyiso will be awarded Young Achievers Award on Social leadership and community Development

The event is billed to hold at the Anatara the Palms on Saturday, 12th of November 2016. His Excellency Humaid Mohammed Obaid Al-qutami is the patron of the event while Hamad Bin Mejren will be giving the opening speech.⁠⁠⁠⁠

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  1. I’ll go with Princess Pashu.

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