We are thrilled to share the news of our Co-Founder, Michael TAWIAH Berko’s attendance at the Alliance for Rural Electrification’s Energy Access Investment Forum #EAIF2023 in Abidjan, Ivory Coast 21-23 March 2023. The forum was an opportunity to bring together global energy stakeholders to discuss energy injustice and the lack of access to electricity for over 800 million people in Africa and Asia.
At Ahabanmono Impact, we understand the importance of energy access in improving the quality of life for individuals in rural areas. Our participation in the forum underscores our commitment to bridging the energy accessibility gap and achieving Sustainable Development Goal 7 by 2030.
The forum provided Michael with an opportunity to engage with key stakeholders, including Development Financial Institutions, Commerce & Industries, Development Institutions, Investment Institutions, Governmental Agencies, Non-Profits, and energy-related firms. These discussions were critical in identifying the real issues hindering energy access and finding solutions to bridge the gap.
Throughout the forum, Michael participated in braindates, B2B matchmaking, exhibition, and pitching sessions, which allowed him to network with other stakeholders and form partnerships that could potentially help Ahabanmono Impact in achieving its goals. By collaborating with other organizations, Ahabanmono Impact can leverage our strengths and resources to develop sustainable solutions that can positively impact rural communities.
We are excited to share our Co-Founder’s participation in the Energy Access Investment Forum. The lack of energy access is not only an issue of infrastructure but also a social and economic issue that affects people’s daily lives. By working together and sharing knowledge, we can develop sustainable solutions that can improve the lives of individuals in rural communities.
In conclusion, Ahabanmono Impact remains committed to bridging the energy accessibility gap and achieving SDG 7. We will continue to collaborate with other organizations and develop sustainable solutions that positively impact rural communities. We are grateful to the organizers of the forum for providing a platform to engage with other stakeholders and look forward to future collaborations.