The East Africa Philanthropy Network (EAPN) is gearing up for its annual Members Summit, a central event slated for 26 – 29 November at Tamarind Tree Hotel, Lang’ata Road, Nairobi – Kenya. As the year draws to a close, this Summit emerges as a crucial convergence point for members to reflect, strategize, and set the course for future endeavors.
The Summit promises a rich program, including certified masterclasses designed to enhance the philanthropic skills of attendees, enabling them to adeptly navigate the complexities of today’s philanthropic environment. A key highlight is the CEO’s Forum, where thought leaders will engage in depth about the subtleties of the sector, with a focus on ecosystem realignment, systems change, and restructuring power dynamics. This forum will also provide a platform for open and candid dialogues between donors and grantees.
Additionally, the Annual General Meeting forms a core part of the Summit, where members will collectively evaluate progress, recalibrate goals, and define a strategic path forward that aligns with their shared vision.
The Summit is not just about strategic discussions; it also offers opportunities for authentic bonding and inspirational sessions, fostering a balance between intellectual stimulation and rejuvenation. This year’s Summit is set to be a harmonious blend of strategic planning and meaningful networking, reinforcing the EAPN’s commitment to advancing philanthropy in the region