You are Malagasy? You are young? Do you have projects in your head? You are in a state of mind in Madagascar, it is unrecoverable, in every sense of the word? You still believe in a developed Madagascar and who could, why not, become a global social and economic model? Come to attend the conference on “How will Malagasy people change the world?“, in Tanjombato.
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“How will Malagasy change the world?”
« How will Malagasy people change the world? » Who has not dreamed of a better world? Every Malagasy, especially young people, wants to change the world. Many young Malagasy want to make a change, in priority in their country, and why not in the world. Many young Malagasy have projects, but only a few of them dare to pursue these dreams due to diverse reasons: the fear of being ridiculous, lack of financial and technical resources, and lack of support from their relatives…
This is exactly the type of idea that Matthew Rindel, a young South African revolutionary, founder of Sobantu Technologies (1), wants to root out from the mind of all Malagasy people and Africans.
“I want to put the spotlight on the Malagasy people who change the world. It’s really about showing that Malagasy people can stand up and take actions. People who use only the avalaible tools to make the country forward. I want to inspire, through my team and me, an entire room to be leaders”, explained Matthew Rindel .
It is in that vision that Matthew Rindel and his Malagasy team will lead this conference « How will Malagasy people change the world », on Friday, November 10th, at 3.00 PM at the American Center Tanjombato.
If you are young, if you feel ready to meet the challenge of building a new Madagascar, if you believe in yourself and your ability to innovate and undertak new projects to brightem the future of this country, come to the American Center Friday ! Free entrance!
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(1) What is “Sobantu Technologies”?
“We believe in the aspirations of the Africa We Want. We believe that we can manifest these aspirations through technology to positively stimulate creativity, propagate Africaness and cultivate growth in Africa. We want everything we do to stem from this and to be aligned with Agenda 2063, the sustainable development goals defined by the African Union to be achieved by 2063.”
Our aspirations for the Africa We Want (as stated in Agenda 2063):
- A prosperous Africa based on inclusive growth and sustainable development.
- An integrated continent, politically united and based on the ideals of Pan Africanism and the vision of Africa’s Renaissance.
- An Africa of good governance, democracy, respect for human rights, justice and the rule of law.
- A peaceful and secure Africa.
- An Africa with a strong cultural identity, common heritage, values and ethics.
- An Africa where development is peopledriven, unleashing the potential of its women and youth.
- Africa as a strong, united and influential global player and partner.