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Camilla Flatt replied to Camilla Flatt's discussion 'The first East African CSR Awards are announced'
"Dear Simrat, Thank you for you interest in the East African CSR Awards. The side event will be no longer than an hour and the agenda is almost set including opening speeches, key notes and announcements of the winners. Unfortunately, due to the…"
Feb 4, 2010
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The first East African CSR Awards are announced

In one month, the first East African CSR Awards, in partnership with the East African Business Council (EABC), will be launched and open for entries on 15 February 2010. The awards will take place on the evening of 5th May 2010 during the World Economic Forum Africa in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. For the first time, East African companies will be honoured for their corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities and awarded for outstanding, innovative and high-class initiatives and programmes…See More
Jan 25, 2010
Camilla Flatt commented on Camilla Flatt's blog post 'African businesses to invest in sustainable development and a new ‘Green’ economy'
"Good point about Africa's first smart grid - more noise and support is needed for this I think."
Jul 29, 2009
Solarlife commented on Camilla Flatt's blog post 'African businesses to invest in sustainable development and a new ‘Green’ economy'
"Green economy low carbon for Africa the first need. De-central power for black-out safe Smart grid; Obama's visit in Ghana started with Africa's first smart grid to be installed in Ghana from 2009."
Jul 28, 2009
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Jul 24, 2009
Camilla Flatt commented on Camilla Flatt's blog post 'African businesses to invest in sustainable development and a new ‘Green’ economy'
"Thanks for your comment Brad. The results reaffirm our commitment to Africa's private sector!!"
Jul 21, 2009
Brad Ewing commented on Camilla Flatt's blog post 'African businesses to invest in sustainable development and a new ‘Green’ economy'
"Refreshing news from the African continent! 97% is a massive figure, great to see! Business will have to play a massive role in the development sector to allow African nations to pull themselves out of poverty, great to see local businesses…"
Jul 21, 2009
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African businesses to invest in sustainable development and a new ‘Green’ economy

Survey of 100 African companies highlights the importance of sustainable development to their operationsA survey carried out by africapractice confirmed that of 103 African businesses, 97% will increase their investments to address sustainable development challenges over the next five years, and many viewed new business opportunities would emerge from creating a ‘Green’ economy.The survey sampled small to medium sized African businesses operating across 16 African countries in a range of…See More
Jul 17, 2009

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African businesses to invest in sustainable development and a new ‘Green’ economy

Posted on July 10, 2009 at 9:09am 4 Comments

Survey of 100 African companies highlights the importance of sustainable development to their operations





A survey carried out by africapractice confirmed that of 103 African businesses, 97% will increase their investments to address sustainable development challenges over the next five years, and many viewed new business opportunities would emerge from creating a ‘Green’ economy.



The survey sampled small to medium sized African businesses operating across 16… Continue

African businesses recognise the value of water on World Water Day

Posted on March 17, 2009 at 3:05pm 0 Comments

In a week’s time, the world will be celebrating and recognising the United Nations day for water - 22nd of March. But it will be the first time a multinational business organises events across its operations to raise awareness and raise funds for water and sanitation projects in Africa.



In total, Diageo (http://www.diageo.com) is organising about 30 events worldwide with the aim of engaging one million of their employees. Diageo’s African businesses such as Guinness Nigeria, Guinness… Continue

Comment Wall (3 comments)

At 9:34am on January 17, 2009, Ravi Pratap Shahi said…
Welcome to this wonderful network of positive thinking people.
The quote I would like to send on my first posting on your page is,

The world or path may have many stones or thorns.... You cant spread carpet over it... So just wear a shoe to protect your feet and move on..

The theme is dont try to change the world.... First change yourself..

Namaste,

Ravi
At 1:14pm on January 21, 2009, Steve McCoy said…
Hi Camilla, I've just joined this network and am figuring out how best to use it... I see you are on-line at the mo... is there a chat facility?
At 6:46am on August 7, 2009, Nidhi Mittal said…
Dear Camilla, I am a CSR consultant and till recently have been based in India. Would love to connect and share learnings from your work in Africa and how this might compare to the projects I have engaged with in India.
Cheers,
Nidhi

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