Derek Appiah Microsoft Country manager Ghana, to speak on microsoft’s vision for philanthropy at National Philanthropy Forum-Ghana 2017.
Microsoft Country manager Ghana, will be sharing insights into Microsoft’s philanthropic vision at this years National Philanthropy Forum-Ghana 2017.
The two day conference is themed Philanthropists As Agents of National Development. The event will receive participants from other African countries. The conference will also feature a National Philanthropy Excellence Awards. The National Philanthropy Forum Ghana 2017 will take place March 23 and 24, 2017 at the Accra International Conference Center. The two-part programme, will on the first day have specific Policy Dialogue sessions laced with presentations from leaders in the humanitarian field, and be climaxed with the awards ceremony on the second day.
During Mr. Appiah’s keynote address at this years World’s Privacy and Data Protection day event in Ghana on Ghana’s Digital Transformation journey. Mr. Appiah spoke on Microsoft Philanthropic Cloud for Global good. We expect to hear more about this and how philanthropists can take advantage of the free tools and resources in achieving more.
In January 2017, Microsoft Philanthropies announced a commitment to donate $1 billion in cloud computing resources to serve the Public Good. Microsoft believes that technology is a powerful force for improving people’s lives. But right now, half the world does not have access to the opportunities, capabilities and benefits of technology. For them, the knowledge and opportunity is out of reach. That’s why Microsoft is investing its greatest assets – our technology, people, grants and voice – to advance a more equitable world. Through our philanthropic investments and partnerships, we are working to create a better future that everyone can share in.
We’ll keep you updated as Mr. Derek Appiah shares this vision as it relates to NGO’s, Non Profits and all Philanthropist during the event.