9th – 10th OCTOBER 2023 | LONDON
Israel 4 Africa
The Israeli Interest and Awareness in Africa Association (I2A3) aims to promote cooperation between Israel and African countries. The main role of I2A3 is to match African needs with Israeli expertise and technology as Israel is one of the world leaders in providing solutions that can address the many challenges the African continent is facing. I2A3 aims to facilitate partnerships between various African and Israeli partners. Once such a partnership is created, I2A3 will implement the partnership that can provide the sustainable solution for the identified need.
I2A3 provides hands-on services to implement the created partnerships. This is done through a blend of technical, scientific and industrial qualifications, strong management skills, extensive understanding of international partnerships, in-depth knowledge of large the various funding programs and the skills to present your ideas and interests successfully in a competitive environment. I2A3 has vast experience in project management and provides hands-on assistance, allowing project partners to concentrate on implementation of each project.
I2A3 aims also to coordinate the various activities by the different stakeholders to achieve synergies in the process. Our team has extensive experience in managing large and complex multi-disciplinary and cross-border projects as it has managed in the last 15 years more than 30 such projects with a total value of more than $150M (currently 6 ongoing projects are managed).
I2A3 operates the Israel4Africa platform (http://israel4africa.com/), a platform which presents Israeli entities with the immense opportunities that the African continent offers and presents African entities the huge experience and expertise that Israeli entities can contribute in various industries, including agriculture, medical device, water treatment, information and communication technology, and more. Israel excels in agriculture and water management technologies. Its arid climate has driven the development of efficient irrigation systems, drought-resistant crops, and advanced farming techniques. Sharing these practices can help African countries address food security and optimize water resources.