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Work visit of Capacity Building Director to WASCAL DRP-CCE

Pr. Daouda KONE, the Director of Capacity Building in the different countries of WASCAL, was arrived in Niger on the 12th of February 2020, in the evening for a work visit, in other, to emphasis Master’s training, and the DRP-CCE programs.

Meeting with the Director of WASCAL DRP-CCE and the Staff:

He held a meeting in the conference room of WASCAL center, with the Director of WASCAL DRP-CCE, the coordinator, the staff and all the students in the same evening.

He explained the purpose of his visit to all the staff, how we can improve the master’s training program and the DRP- CCE first Bach, we have to bring some improvements in the training aspect, to chair with others programs, he said that we should looked about mobility, exchange of lecturers and visibility of the different programs. more...

Arrival the WASCAL DRP CCE Students , Field visit to Sekoukou, to Tombo Dare Salam , to ANERSOL, and Visit of a company dealing with solar PV panels and equipment

After four months of intensive English language in Cape – Cost (GHANA),

It’s now time for students to return to their different center of WASCAL (West African Science Service Center on Climate Change and Adapted Land Use).

The ceremony of the arrival activities was organized by the Director of the DRP-CCE Program, Prof Rabani ADAMOU, the coordinator of the Program Dr. Inoussa, and all the WASCAL Staff members few days ago before they arrived.

The activities have already started on Wednesday, 15th January 2020 corresponding to the student’s arrival from Accra (GHANA) to Niamey (NIGER).

1st day

The students were arrived in the afternoon by the Ivorian Air Way Company flight at the International Airport of Niamey at 15H 30 Pm. The coordinator of the Program Dr. Inoussa, and the WASCAL team was at the airport for their welcoming, after the greetings, we took the students to the ABDOU MOUMOUNI University of Niamey, where the WASCAL Center is located in other to meet the Director of WASCAL for the salutations.  after that, they have been directly transported to EMIG for their accommodations.  more...

After four months of intensive English language in Cape – Cost (GHANA),

It’s now time for students to return to their different center of WASCAL (West African Science Service Center on Climate Change and Adapted Land Use).

The ceremony of the arrival activities was organized by the Director of the DRP-CCE Program, Prof Rabani ADAMOU, the coordinator of the Program Dr. Inoussa, and all the WASCAL Staff members few days ago before they arrived.

The activities have already started on Wednesday, 15th January 2020 corresponding to the student’s arrival from Accra (GHANA) to Niamey (NIGER).

1st day

The students were arrived in the afternoon by the Ivorian Air Way Company flight at the International Airport of Niamey at 15H 30 Pm. The coordinator of the Program Dr. Inoussa, and the WASCAL team was at the airport for their welcoming, after the greetings, we took the students to the ABDOU MOUMOUNI University of Niamey, where the WASCAL Center is located in other to meet the Director of WASCAL for the salutations.  after that, they have been directly transported to EMIG for their accommodations. more...

Arrival the WASCAL DRP CCE Students , Field visit to Sekoukou, to Tombo Dare Salam , to ANERSOL, and Visit of a company dealing with solar PV panels and equipment

Participation to Africa Summit 2020, Nairobi- Kenya Safiatou Nana, PhD candidate at WASCAL DRP CCE

The Royal Academy of Engineering based in London, United Kingdom, in collaboration with the Intellecap Advisory Services Private Limited based in Kenya, organised the Investor Readiness and Investor Exposure programme to provide and support investment opportunities for 10 selected African companies among the alumni of the Africa Prize for Engineering Innovation.

The program structure had two segments:

  • 3 days bootcamp on investment

Date: 5th February- 7th February 2020;

Place: Double Tree Hotel by Hilton- Nairobi Hurlingham, Kenya.

  • 2 days SANKALP Investment Summit (deal-matching)

Date: 27th February- 28th February 2020;

Place: Kenyan School of Monetary Studies, Nairobi, Kenya.

My energy company SolarKoodo was selected to participate to this program and thus I was lucky to attend in-person the two events in Nairobi, Kenya. The present document is a report of my participation to the mentioned program.

Investor Readiness and Exposure

Nairobi (Kenya) 5th February- 7th February 2020 – Double Tree by Hilton- Nairobi Hurlingham

During three days, we had an intensive bootcamp training that covered the basics of investment and investment readiness for revenue generating companies.

1st day (Wednesday 5th February)

We learn through theory and practice specific issues like:

  • Scaling Strategies:

Market Development Strategies; Product Development Strategies; Team Development strategies (Hiring Strategies- shortlist; Corporate Governance & Board composition); Business Risk Management strategies.

  • Impact Monitoring & Evaluation

Identifying impact metrics for your business; Developing an Impact Statement for your business.

  • Fundraising Part 1

When, what, who of raising investment; Types of investment instruments; Types of investors.

  • Group exercise

Mock board presentation.

2nd day (Thursday 6th February)

The following topics were covered:

  • Fundraising Part II

The investment process and what to expect; Preparing for Due Diligence.

  • Building your Social Capital

How to effectively network; Where and when to look for investors; Developing investor communication strategy; Charlies and angels activity.

  • Introduction to Investment Collateral

Introduction to Summary sheet; Summary Sheet Preparation.

  • Financial Modelling I

Best practices in maintaining financial records; Introduction to the Balance sheet, Profit and Loss and Cash Flow Statements; Budgeting and Forecasting; Interpreting and Analyzing Key Financial Statements. more...

Participation to IDSS workshop, February 17-21, 2020, University of Cape Coast, Ghana, Aissatou NDIAYE

The University of Cape Coast hosted an international training workshop on the Integrated Decision Support System (IDSS) from February 17-21, 2020 in Cape Coast, Ghana. The training was conducted by a team of practicing scientists from Texas A&M University. Participants in the training were graduate students and young scientists with backgrounds in economics, agronomy, water resources, hydrology energy, and engineering. Trainees were introduced to three models that make up the IDSS.  more...

Participation to Open Africa Power 2020 - Thierry Odou and Safiatou Nana

From 14-14 February 2020, we (Thierry Odou and Safiatou Nana – PhD candidate at the  WASCAL DRP11 Doctoral Research Program  Climate Change and Energy) had the opportunity to participate to the Open Africa Power edition 2020.

 The African Module was hosted at the Power Futures Lab at the University of Cape Town’s Graduate School of Business with the collaboration of Strathmore University (Kenya). We were among the 61 African clean energy leaders from 16 different countries that were selected for the third cohort out of 752 applicants, in which 38 PhDs (63%) and 26 women  (43%).

Open Africa Power is a unique education venture on the continent initiated by the Enel Foundation in partnership with leading academics in Italy and Africa, which intends to forge a new generation of Clean Energy leaders for Africa. The program is consisting of Online Module and Exams (Regulation for Universal Access to Energy), two residential modules in South Africa and Italy and lastly a Give Back Module in Africa

For the first residential module in South Africa that we partook, Enel foundation during this week brought together renowned practitioners and scientists dealing on ground with Power sector issue in Africa.  The topics discussed range from general understanding of energy sector challenges and possible solutions to address various barriers on technological, social, economic and environmental aspects.  The menu concocted includes as well leadership in Clean energy, Project finance and business development. We were also exposed to the state of art of technologies ongoing in the world and future pathway of the sector including digitalization, augmented reality and remote maintenance. Apart from the class interaction, we had outdoor activities such as: a dinner at the residence of the Italian Ambassador, visit to the Philippi innovation centre where we have group activities on community energy problem solving,  jogging, hiking on the Lion's head and finally tourist visit at the Table Mountain (one of leading attraction site in Africa).

It was a great learning journey and networking among young Africans Energy experts and renowned experts in our field. Environmentally friendly technology as part of WASCAL goal occupied a central part of the debate. https://twitter.com/EnelFoundation , https://www.enelfoundation.org/ more...