Nairobi, 29 October, 2019 / 11:49 pm (ACI Africa).
Tangaza University College (TUC), a Nairobi-based Catholic institution of higher learning is set to host the third Annual African Conference on Social Entrepreneurship (AACSE), which will address issues of sustainable and impactful social enterprises that lead to transformation within the continent.
“The conference seeks to address from an academic and practitioners’ perspective the question of sustainable and impactful social enterprises,” reads the conference document availed to ACI Africa Tuesday, October 29.
The two-day conference slated to take place from October 30 will also to address the “scaling innovative solutions for social challenges, and reinforce social entrepreneurship as a powerful force to create and lead transformative social change at scale in Africa.”
The third since its inception in 2017, the 2019 conference is being prepared under the theme, “Sustainable social entrepreneurship as a framework for social transformation.”
“After the 2017 conference which focused on social enterprises as the engine of Africa’s Socio-economic transformation and the 2018 conference on contextualizing and shaping social entrepreneurship in Africa, this year’s conference is a follow up on what has been done previously,” Daniel Mwangi, one of the conveners of the conference, told ACI Africa Tuesday, October 29.