Build resilient african economy upon Covid-19
1.Context and specific evidence
Africa represents 17% of world population ; but holds planet 25% registered patients more so ; predominantly vectorial or infectious diseases.
Covid-19 event sparked an worlwide unusual media campaign outbreak history.In reaching the world symbolic mark of 5 millions deaths and more than 270 millions infected from December 2019 to December 2021 ; the latest coronavirus associated disease became an social phenomenon ; feeding unprecedented hype media column charts as well as social media platforms discussions ; announcing Africa "apocalyptic"end.
The rise of Africa epidemic outbreak ; often linked with climate change ; and fear of geographical expansion reinforced overseas particularly in Europe ; " sanitary risk land " assigned to Africa.However ; apocalyptic predictions related to COVID-19 spread in Africa have not yet been confirmed.This surprising african resilience contributed to locally mold pandemic representations between conspiracy and natural immunity.
Covid health crisis ; by downplaying Africa prediction ; nevertheless brought light to african economy resilience topic.Natural ; institutional and organizational mechanisms set up are to serve as accountant professionals crisis management procedure tool and african economy resilience building.
In this context ; Congress is considering opening the conversation around these four following points :
From Africa companies and governments resilience and agility ; how is the accountant professional involvement?
Why african economy did not drown? Feedback and better starting condition ;
Risk management : professional accountant playing field.
2.Panel goals and specific expectations
Decipher the prior and progressive socio economic environment following the crisis ;
Understanding current macro and microeconomic data ;
Understanding crisis management mechanisms installed and build an risk management plan for african economy resilience creation.
Demonstrate why and how despite Africa medical resilience compared to other countries worldwide ( vaccine ; mask production ; pharmaceutical components – reagents ; medicine ; active sustances – medical equipments ; etc) ; african economy did not sink to COVID 19 outburst ;
Demonstrate how the accountant professional knowledge and skill in risk management can be helpful to economic actors and leaders ;
Have an comparative COVID 19 impact analysis on multiple continent economies ; for an continent better agility level ( adaptability) conception.
3.The awaited results
The prior and progressive socio economic environment following the crisis is described next through:
Established comparative COVID 19 impact analysis on multiple continent economies ; for an continent better agility level ( adaptability) conception ;
Demonstrated accountant professional knowledge and skill in risk management to be helpful to economic actors and leaders ;
Identified and clarified african economy related strength factors ;
Described various risks ecomonic actors are potentially subjected ;
Presented accountant professional management reduced risk tools ;
Demonstrated accountant professional competencies expected management risk .
4. Speakers profile
University degree master in Economy ;Finance ;tax management ;sociology ;Andrology ;Health Science or an 5 years proven experience in professional training and seminar leader
At least 10 years overall experience ;
5 years minimum experience in business administration and economic policies preferably from an african country ;
Having done at least one research related to Covid management in african setting ;
Good knowledge on macroeconomy ;
Mastering one of these three languages
French / english / portuguese.