Washington DC – The Pan-African 63 African Sports Changemaker program has been invited to the Global Ties U.S. National Meeting 2023 to showcase its innovative approach to sports development and its impact on African communities.
The program, which is focused on developing and empowering young sports changemakers from across Africa, will be presented to a diverse audience of international exchange and public diplomacy professionals, supporters from government agencies, the private sector, and nonprofit organizations.
The Pan-African 63 African Sports Changemaker program is a unique initiative that aims to use sports as a tool for social change in Africa. The program provides young people with the skills and resources they need to create positive change in their communities through sports, while also promoting leadership and teamwork skills.
The program is run by a team of experienced sports professionals, mentors, and academic partners, who are going to work closely with the young sports changemakers to help them develop their skills and realize their potential.
The Global Ties U.S. National Meeting 2023, which brings together a diverse group of international exchange and public diplomacy professionals, is the perfect platform for the Pan-African 63 African Sports Changemaker program to showcase its work and connect with potential supporters and partners.
Speaking ahead of the event, the President and Founder of Tibu Africa, Mohamed Amine Zariat said: “We are thrilled to be attending the Global Ties U.S. National Meeting 2023 and to have the opportunity to share our work with such a diverse and influential audience. We believe that sports can be a powerful force for social change, and we are committed to empowering young sports changemakers across Africa to create a better future for themselves and their communities.”