iHAV Foundation– iHaveAVision(Nonprofit organization)
P.O. Box SK 81, Sakumono Estate, Tema, Ghana
Tel: +233 243 650 790/ +233 246 241 733
email@example.com || www.ihavafrica.org
2ND JULY 2019
IHAV PROJECT CONFERENCE 2019 TO HOST YOUTH FROM 20 COUNTRIES THIS JULY
In an era where education has taken grounds in the global quest to impact change and
motivate the youth, the need for innovation and a paradigm shift to generate change has
become prime in the vision of most organizations.
One recommendable organization that is profound at the realization of the ideas of young
people is IHAV Foundation, a youth-led non-profit organization that has its headquarters in
Ghana but operates in 10 countries across Africa. It employs an entrepreneurial dimension
to nurture the African youth by challenging and installing potentials, and inspiring the youth
towards the mark of becoming leaders of great thinking.
IHAV’s empowering activities that include its flagship international project conferences, seek
to channel the output of these youth in working towards accomplishing the sustainable
development goals in their respective countries.
In 2013, IHAV’s conference was themed at enhancing agriculture and entrepreneurship
among African youth. It explored the need for the youth from 7 participating countries to
involve their skills and knowledge they acquired from the conference to power the growing
agricultural background of Africa.
The 2014 conference focused on creating an agribusiness revolution with Africa’s youth. A
projective target of growing agribusiness to fulfill Africa’s agricultural production and
sustainable food and livestock were addressed by participants from 9 countries.
In 2017, the sustainable development goal 8; decent work and economic growth was the
emphasis. The importance of work ethics and organizational goals are driven by economic
empowerment and growth was deliberated on by participants from 15 countries.
The organization’s 2019 conference dubbed “IHAV Project Conference 2019” will be hosting
100 participants from 20 African countries poised on the Sustainable Development Goal 4:
Quality Education. This is a 4-days conference to tackle issues related to raising the standard
of education and its quality, elaborating on the impact of quality education, as well at the
development requirement to ensure the attainment of these goals.
Its registration for Ghanaian applicants is still open with an accommodation option of resident
or non-resident, for the conference which runs from 24th-27th July, 2019 at the University of
The conference will give participants a better understanding of the global goals regarding
quality education and the role they can play in achieving them with emphasis on Africa and
increase interest of active engagement in current economic and continental issues connected
to affecting quality education.
The role of creativity in the formal and informal education would be broadened to attain the
vision of increased productivity.
A greater knowledge and appreciation of other African countries and cultures that connotes
quality education would be addressed. Modules of such countries would be examined to
give an understanding to participants to enact them in their respective regional countries.
Also, the aim of this conference is to bring together youth from all over the African
continent to connect and share ideas that goes further to increase learning and knowledge
In all, the “IHAV Project Conference 2019” is to make young people critical thinkers and
innovative problem solvers for the African continent. The potentials that are embedded in
their zeal to cause a change would be triggered to an utmost level of output.
SABTIYA WAHAB ABUBAKAR
MEDIA RELATION OFFICER