Thirteen African private sector companies are among the twenty-nine finalists competing for the 2020 Transformational Business Awards worldwide. International Finance Corporation ‘IFC’ and the Financial Times ‘FT’ announced these companies as the world’s most innovative, forward-thinking companies that are moving the world closer to reaching sustainable development goals and creating equitable prosperity for all.
The Transformational Business Awards is a premier global program recognizing private sector companies that make a difference in addressing development challenges and in helping the world achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The winning African enterprises demonstrated innovation within key sectors and needs including drinking water; sanitation and waste recycling, renewable energy solution, ICT-communication and remote diagnosis; education and livelihood development for refugees. Generally, the twenty-nine finalists selected from the pool of 179 entries are creating jobs, tackling the challenges of urban infrastructure, growing food in tough places, delivering clean water, helping refugees integrate into society, and much more; and financial services for small farmers.
Join us to congratulate the African winners (and other participating nations ‘Partnership for Goals) from Rwanda, Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, DR Congo, Burundi, Zambia, Nigeria, Ghana, Malawi, Egypt, DR Congo, Saudi Arabia, Maldives, Nepal, Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Zimbabwe, Zambia, DR Congo, South Sudan and South Africa. Read story: https://africasustainabilitymatters.com/thirteen-african-companies-named-finalists-for-the-2020-transformational-business-awards/
The 2020 Transformational Business Awards