Catalysing Change Week 2022 started on May 9 and will continue till May 13. The events and sessions are free for the public and those interested in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to attend. On Wednesday, May 11, by 16:00 to 17:00 CET, there will be a virtual panel discussion session tagged “Africa Forward”. This session will be moderated by Ndidi Nwuneli, Co-founder Sahel Consulting. The speakers include Andy Bryant, Catherine Mwendwa, James Mwangi, Luvoyo Rani, Nkanyiso Hlongwa, Patrick Awuah Jr., and Wamuyu Mahinda. The hashtag for the discussion is #LetsReenergisetheSDGs. Inviting the public to the panel discussion, CCW2022 organisers wrote: “The collective communities of practice supporting systems change for thriving African Social Enterprises & their supporters towards the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) call for a renewed vision and partnership-driven commitment to reshape the evolving narrative, shift the social impact funding paradigm, embed principles of equity, resiliency and proximate power; showcase path-breaking initiatives and innovations, and further develop the social impact sector for the Africa we want. “To rapidly accelerate an ‘Africans for Africa Call to Action’ that places African narratives at the heart of collaborative partnership-driven opportunities and lays out pathways for supporting the common purpose and shared value, we will: A. Showcase policy imperatives to create an enabling environment for Social Entrepreneurs to thrive; B. Give clear steps for donors, bilaterals, multilaterals and other partners who want to help scale impact for proximity Social Entrepreneurs across Africa; and C. Pool resources to scale impact for sustainable & mature ecosystems where the sector shares essential skills, services and taps into new connected networks. “The launch of Africa’s Impact Leadership session is a co-created initiative informed by the contributions of Africa Chapter members.” Go here to sign up for this session. The post Catalysing Change Week 2022: Ndidi Nwuneli to moderate panel discussion tagged “Africa Forward” appeared first on Linda Ikeji Blog.