Mr. Axel Angeli

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Welcome Speech

Prof. Emmanuel Kaunda. Vice Chancellor-LUANAR

Introduction to Agriculture 2063 and Summit Agenda

The Very Rev Assoc. Prof. Timothy Nyasulu. Vice Chancellor-UNILIA

Inaugural Speech Address

His Excellency Lazarus Chakwera. President of Malawi and Chancellor of LUANAR

Prayer session

Ecumenic prayers and minute of silence for peace in the world

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Malawi Agenda 2063 Vision

Minister of Agriculture, Honorable Sam Kawale

The minister of agriculture of Malawi will present the vision and implementation milestone of the Malawi 2063 agenda that goes hand in hand with the Agenda 2063 agreed by the members of the African Union in 2013 for a better Africa

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Smart Agriculture 2063 as a solution for the century’s challenges of Africa

Mr Axel Angeli, Logosworld 50 Experts, Germany

Agriculture 2063 is Malawi’s vision that includes Agriculture 4.0 that is based agriculture based on the Germany’s vision of the design concept Industries 4.0 are the promise for the future. The internet allows a new form of industry in agriculture that helps small farmers and remote and rural places to enhance their yield and guarantee not only food supply but promises education and employment for the next generation and independence from multinationals. Modern Artificial Intelligence allows young people the education as engineers and close the gap to the industrial nations. It will enable them to innovate for the needs of their local communities.

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German Dual Education System for Vocational and Academic Skilling

Mr Jasper Bhaumick, BIZPANDO, Switzerland

The success of European engineers is dependent on the form of education. In most countries students first go to school, then university and eventually are trained for a job. In many European countries students are engaged as apprentices by industry and visit the academy in parallel to an employment to learn the theory and standards. Since students do vocational and academic training in parallel it is known as Dual Studies.

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Education in Malawi and needs to adjust for the future challenges

Prof. Bernard C.G. Kamanga, Deputy Vice Chancellor, UNILIA, Mzuzu

One of the goals in education is to cater for certificates to students that are endorsed in other places in the world. In order to improve and align education in Malawi and neighbouring countries we need to understand the current situation of education. We shall hear what needs to improve and where help is needed.

Networking Break with lunch

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United Nations support for Agenda Africa 2063



UNESCO is the United Nation’s organization to improve education and guarantee preservation of culture heritage and want to hear how UNESCO helps Africa.

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N.N., GIZ/KfW.

Germany is a great supporter of Africa. They assist in education and in projects that improve living conditions. German’s KfW – German Investment Bank – provides financial help for sustainable projects supported by the government of Germany and EU.

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The role of females and minorities

Agnes Nyalonje. Minister of Education, Science and Technology.

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Sustainable Development Goals

N.N. Professor from Rural Development group LUANAR.

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The African View: How to enter markets and supply chains with the Global North

Mark Katsonga Phiri. Hon. Minister of Trade and Industry of Malawi.

The European View: How to enter markets and supply chains with the Global North

Axel Angeli. Logosworld

Africa suffers from many difficulties when it tries to enter markets of the Global North. Being compliant and using technology to produce for the needs for the market while guaranteeing market compliance are a door that can make Africa a serious player.