Throughout the month of June, the Hub MEET Africa [http://hub-meetafrica.co/] met with support operators who support entrepreneurship in the Moroccan, Cameroonian and Ivorian diaspora during a series of participatory workshops #MeetTheNetwork.
With the support of the referent members for the participatory governance of the MEET Africa Hub; the members of MeM by CGEM in Morocco; the Investment Promotion Center in Côte d'Ivoire; the Directorate of Cameroonians Abroad and the Ministry of External Relations, as well as theAgency for the Promotion of SMEs in Cameroon have successfully brought together operators supporting entrepreneurship and investment in the diaspora, private, associative or from the international cooperation.
The objective of the workshops was to present the MEET Africa Hub to support actors, to identify support mechanisms to facilitate and accelerate the involvement of the diaspora in entrepreneurship and productive investment. And finally, to offer a moment of exchange and conviviality to the participants around a networking cocktail in each country of the MEET Africa project.
This series of participatory workshops is organized by ANIMA Investment Network in the framework of the MEET Africa project, funded by the European Union and French Development Agency and implemented by Expertise France.