Sustainable Energy For All 2012 –Initiatives in Africa, June 26, 2012 New York, NY-(06/19/2012) – The African Affairs Committee of the United Nations Association Southern New York State Division Young Professionals (“UNA-SNY Young Professionals”) cordially invites the public to Sustainable Energy For All, Initiatives in Africa – a Panel Discussion.
The Panel Discussion will be held at CUNY’s Haaren Hall, located at Building 899 (10th Ave between 58th& 58th streets), New York, NY, on Tuesday, June 26, 2012 at 7:00PM. Please join UNA-SNY Young Professionals as we welcome H.E. Ambassador Josephine Ojiambo of the Permanent Mission of the Republic of Kenya to the United Nations, Aneri Patel a Senior Associate for Energy Access at the United Nations Foundation, and David Berger a representative of SocialLite, a solar lighting system developed at the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art in New York.
Our program features a presentation by Ms. Patel of the United Nations Foundation highlighting how the Sustainable Energy For All initiative has taken hold in Africa. The Keynote Speaker of the evening is Ambassador Josephine Ojiambo who will share details on specific developments on sustainable energy projects underway in Kenya. A panel discussion of young social entrepreneurs working on the continent will discuss their experiences on the front lines of providing access to sustainable energy sources in Africa.
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For questions, contact Victor Amoo, Director, African Affairs Committee: email@example.com
UNA-SNY Young Professionals seeks to promote the missions and endeavors of the United Nations and the programs of UNA-USA. Through discussions, partnerships, and action-oriented initiatives, UNA-SNY Young Professionals offers its members the opportunity to further their knowledge of pressing international issues, dedicate themselves to making a change in the world, and take a step towards becoming future global leaders. www.unasouthernny.org/young-professionals.html