The US-Africa Summit is set to begin December 13, 2022, aiming to underscore the importance of US-Africa relations and exploring avenues for increased cooperation on shared global priorities.
One of the keynote speakers will be President William Ruto, who will speak on ‘The Future of Africa’s Trade and Investment Relations with the US.’
President William Ruto left for washington on Monday December 12, in the evening to attend the US-Africa Leaders’ Summit.
Following the release of a new US-Africa Strategy in August 2022, which specifies four strategic objectives, including; the three-day Summit taking place in Washington, D.C.
The objectives include; Climate Adaptation and Post-Pandemic Economic Recovery efforts, alongside long-standing goals of transparent governance, democracy, and security priorities.
Seeing the opportunities the Summit presents, the National Democratic Institute (NDI) and the Pan African Lawyers Union (PALU) among other organizations are partnering to organize a watch party of specific Summit proceedings.
To highlight perspectives from Africa during the Summit, particularly on issues of Governance.
The Role of Youth in Advancing Democratic Governance, Trade and Digital Transformation in Africa under the theme: Voices From Africa: Perspectives on the Future of US-Africa Relations.