MAPP Africa was honoured - in conjunction with The Canada-Africa Chamber of Business - to host a vital forum on Leveraging technology to help manage and monitor water quality during the pandemic. Attendees included MP Yasmin Ratansi, Ambassdors, High Commissioners, business leaders and academia.
With the increased need for higher-priority testing, lab infrastructure around the globe is overwhelmed, particularly in Africa. Join Dr. R. Stephen Brown, Professor at Queen's University and Mr. Eric Marcotte, Technology Manager at Pathogen Detection Systems Inc. (Tecta PDS) as they address this issue.
Join the MAPP Africa delegation to Southern Africa. Through targeted meetings and facilitated tours, come and learn why there is so much confidence in doing business in Africa and about the growth of key industries including: renewables, cleantech, technology, media, telecom, infrastructure development and more.
MAPP Africa has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Environmental Management Agency of Zimbabwe (EMA) to set up ground, surface, and portable water quality monitoring, microbiology testing-as-a-service business. This partnership will ensure safe water for communities we serve.
An eclectic mix of people and culture, live entertainment, good food and even better vibes all around would be reminiscent of any local farmers market in South Africa, but this is no ordinary weekend outing, this is Afropunk Festival 2017!