May 5, 2015
Tuesday
May 05
2015

MEDIA ADVISORY: Clinton Global Initiative Middle East & Africa Meeting, May 5-7 in Marrakech, Morocco

Marrakech, Morocco
Press Release

 
Media accreditation is now open. To apply, please complete the application online at prs.cgilink.org/1DfZbrv

NEW YORK – The Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) Middle East & Africa Meeting will be held May 5–7, 2015, in Marrakech, Morocco. Regional and global leaders from business, government, and civil society will spotlight regional successes and address a range of relevant issues including education; public health systems; youth employment; infrastructure; and water, food, and energy resources. As with all CGI meetings, participants at CGI Middle East & Africa will work together to make Commitments to Action: new, specific, and measurable plans to address pressing global challenges.

Since 2005, members of the CGI community have made nearly 3,200 Commitments to Action, improving the lives of more than 430 million people in over 180 countries. More than 80 of these commitments are specifically designed to improve lives in the Middle East and nearly 500 additional commitments positively impact people in Africa exclusively. The meeting is an opportunity for leaders to come together across sectors to examine and amplify the progress underway in two of the most dynamic regions of the world.

Support for CGI Middle East & Africa is provided by: AKWA Group; APCO Worldwide; Attijariwafa Bank; Banque Populaire; BMCE Bank Group; Confederation Générale des Enterprises du Maroc (CGEM); Channel IT Group; Groupe Crédit Agricole du Maroc; Hult International Business Schools; Oando Foundation; OCP; The Coca-Cola Company; Université Internationale de Casablanca of Laureate International Universities.

*** FOR PLANNING PURPOSES ONLY ***
As of 10:00 AM on 5/5/2015

*** SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGE – PLEASE EMAIL [email protected] FOR QUESTIONS ***

The below open press events will all take place in the Palmeraie Golf Palace Conference Center.

TUESDAY, MAY 5, 2015

2:00 PM–6:00 PM
Press Registration

The Press Registration desk and Working Room will be located in the Diamant Room.

7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
This event does not contain a formal speaking program. Due to the structure of this event, this session is closed to press.

African Telecom Challenge: Eliminating Intellectual Poverty, Empowering Intellectual Property
Networking Event hosted by Channel IT Group

7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
This event does not contain a formal speaking program. Due to the structure of this event, this session is closed to press.

Attendee Welcome Cocktails
Attendees welcomed upon arrival at the Palmeraie Golf Palace Conference Center.

WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 2015

8:00 AM–6:00 PM
Press Registration

The Press Registration desk and Working Room will be located in the Diamant Room.

9:00 AM–10:30 AM
OPEN PRESS; PRESS PRE-SET: 8:00 AM

PLENARY SESSION: Connecting People for Growth, Location: Ballroom
The countries of the Middle East and Africa have achieved significant growth over the past several decades, improving living standards and lifting millions out of poverty, with great opportunity to continue this trajectory. Partnerships between and among people, countries, regions, and sectors can help scale this progress to generate even greater growth, drive innovation, and achieve prosperity for all. This panel will bring together business, government, and civil society leaders to discuss how to:

  • Connect all actors, including youth and women, to skill-building opportunities and jobs.
  • Utilize technology—namely mobile and Internet—to link the one billion people who lack access to the basic services they need.
  • Foster the development of regional and global supply chains, particularly in the food, energy, and water sectors.

MODERATOR:

  • President Bill Clinton, Founding Chairman, Clinton Global Initiative, 42nd President of the United States

PANELISTS:

  • K'naan Warsame
  • Mo Ibrahim, Founder and Chair, Mo Ibrahim Foundation
  • Phuti Mahanyele, Chief Executive Officer, Shanduka Group (Pty) Ltd
  • Nezha Hayat, Member of the Management Board, Société Générale Maroc

11:00 AM–12:30 PM
OPEN PRESS (Limited capacity; if interested in attending, please email [email protected])
PRESS PRE-SET: 10:30 AM

BREAKOUT SESSIONS

Achieving Equitable Energy Access, Location: Roseraie
In sub-Saharan Africa, 80 percent of the population lacks access to electricity and relies on biomass products such as wood, charcoal, and dung to cook—resulting in serious health problems that disproportionately affect women and young children. Simultaneously, countries in the Middle East and North Africa without their own energy sources incur energy costs as high as 10 percent of GDP. In response to these challenges, public and private sector stakeholders in both regions are working to adopt more sustainable energy sources. Countries in the Middle East and North Africa are leveraging natural resources for hydro, solar, and wind power, while countries in sub-Saharan Africa are estimated to have 50 percent of their power supplied by renewable energy by 2040. Simultaneously, managing conventional energy resources wisely remains critical. Participants in this session will discuss how to:

  • Build cost effective models for producing solar, wind, and hydro power.
  • Expand financing options for sustainable energy solutions in order to lower costs and create accessibility for off-the-grid consumers.
  • Enhance distribution of clean energy products, such as solar powered lamps and clean cookstoves.

MODERATOR:

  • Sameer Hajee, Co-Founder and CEO, Nuru Energy

PANELISTS:

  • Sherife AbdelMessih, Chief Executive Officer, Future Energy Corporation
  • Amina Benkhadra, General Director, The National Office of Hydrocarbons and Mines
  • Chaim Motzen, Co-Founder, Gigawatt Global
  • Sivan Ya'ari, Founder and CEO, Innovation Africa

Basic Education: Bridging Access and Quality Gaps, Location: Oliveraie
The countries of the Middle East and Africa have made significant progress in achieving universal primary education over the past several decades, with enrollment rates above 80 percent. However, low completion, high repetition rates, and lack of quality educational opportunities—all of which disproportionately affect girls living in both regions—are inhibiting generations of students in realizing their full potential. Designing and supporting education systems that adequately equip students with the basic skills needed to succeed in today’s knowledge-based societies and economies is key to building, increasing, and sustaining prosperity throughout the Middle East and Africa. Youth are critical to driving positive change in their communities and spurring business growth and innovation. Participants in this session will discuss how to:

  • Build places of learning that are safe, healthy, and gender-sensitive to expand access to the regions’ most marginalized populations.
  • Train teachers to deliver effective instruction to provide students with fundamental numeracy, literacy, and reasoning skills.
  • Develop curricula that provide students with the soft skills needed for them to be engaged citizens and productive workers.

MODERATOR:

  • Chinwe Effiong, President and CEO, Junior Achievement (JA) Africa

PANELISTS:

  • Aïcha Bah Diallo, Chair, TrustAfrica; Founding Member, Forum for Africa Women
  • Miriem Bensalah-Chaqroun, Chair, General Confederation of Moroccan Enterprises
  • Nkem Khumbah, Executive Curator, Next Einstein Forum (NEF)

Expanding Essential Services through Mobile Technology, Location: Orangeraie
Mobile technology is revolutionizing how all manner of services—including education, health, and finance—are delivered across countries in the Middle East and Africa. In both regions, mobile banking will be used by 80 million people in 2017 compared to 20 million today, bringing access to payment, credit, and saving facilities for the first time to many. While this access has great potential to support business growth and job creation, only 38 percent of those living in sub-Saharan Africa and 53 percent in the Middle East and North Africa own their own phones. And women are still 23 percent less likely than men to own a phone, limiting their ability even further to obtain information and critical services. Participants in this session will discuss how to:

  • Increase mobile phone access, particularly to rural communities and women.
  • Enhance mobile literacy, especially for women, so that individuals can access essential services through their mobile phones.
  • Incentivize mobile service providers to create unique features tailored to the needs of marginalized communities.

MODERATOR:

  • Lawrence Yanovitch, President, GSMA Foundation

PANELISTS:

  • Bassim Haidar, Founder and Group CEO, Channel IT Group
  • Judith Owigar, Operations Director, Akirachix Association
  • Rachid Chihani, President, Ericsson Maghreb

The Next Generation 
CGI Conversation hosted by CNN’s Christiane Amanpour
This session is being filmed for broadcast by CNN and is Closed to Press; Please reach out to CNN directly for footage or material inquiries.

More than half of the citizens of the Middle East and Africa are under 25 years old, the largest “youth bulge” the region has ever witnessed. With the right skills and employment opportunities, these young people can harness innovation and entrepreneurship across sectors - and across generations - to build sustainable pathways to prosperity. This panel will bring together business, government, and civil society leaders to discuss how to:

  • Equip young people to work across ethnic, religious, and geopolitical divides and launch groundbreaking businesses, NGOs, and social enterprises.
  • Connect education systems and the private sector to expand relevant skills training and provide better education-to-employment pipelines.
  • Integrate young people into civil society leadership and national decision-making opportunities, particularly rural youth and women.

MODERATOR:

  • Christiane Amanpour, Chief International Correspondent, CNN

PANELISTS:

  • Chelsea Clinton, Vice Chair, The Clinton Foundation
  • Asma Mansour, President and Co-founder, Tunisian Center for Social Entrepreneurship
  • Kennedy Odede, Founder and CEO, Shining Hope for Communities

1:00 PM–2:00 PM
OPEN PRESS; PRESS PRE-SET: 12:30 PM

PLENARY SESSION: Infrastructure Challenges: Cities of the Future, Location: Ballroom
Vast areas of the Middle East and Africa represent the most urbanized parts of the world, with up to 80 percent of people residing in cities. As rapid urbanization is expected to continue over the next 50 years, cities must meet the increasing demand for improved physical and social infrastructure—including housing, health care, energy, and education services. This presents an opportunity for leaders across sectors and industries to work together to implement strategies to create sustainable cities and economic opportunities for the millions living in these urban landscapes. This panel will bring together business, government, and civil society leaders to discuss how to:

  • Develop public-private partnerships to plan, finance, and implement infrastructure projects and create jobs.
  • Leverage technology to improve the delivery of services to all citizens, including the creation of efficient and sustainable transport, energy, and water networks and long-term housing solutions.
  • Engage marginalized populations in the development of cities to promote more inclusive outcomes.

MODERATOR:

  • Chelsea Clinton, Vice Chair, The Clinton Foundation

PANELISTS:

  • Frannie Léautier, Co-Founding Partner and Chairperson, Mkoba Private Equity Fund
  • Thierry Déau, Chairman and CEO, and Chairman, Long Term Infrastructure Investment Association (LTIIA)
  • Bosun Tijani, Chief Executive Officer, Co-Creation Hub

2:30 PM–4:00 PM
OPEN PRESS (Limited capacity; if interested in attending, please email [email protected])
PRESS PRE-SET: 2:00 PM

BREAKOUT SESSIONS

Access to Resources and Markets for Smallholder Farmers, Location: Roseraie
Enhancing food production is key to the social and economic growth of countries in the Middle East and Africa. Producing more food more effectively can lower food prices for those living in both regions, where 50 percent of all food is imported. In sub-Saharan Africa specifically, agriculture comprises 25 percent of GDP and smallholder farmers—the majority of whom are women—comprise 80 percent of the population. Despite this, malnutrition affects nearly 30 percent of children. Investing in smallholder farmers can serve as an essential component for achieving food security in both the Middle East and Africa. Participants in this session will discuss how to:

  • Expand investment models that provide financing for small agribusinesses and mitigate risk for local banks, investors, and farmers.
  • Increase access to technology and irrigation methods to maximize production.
  • Improve access to training, land rights, and markets for smallholder farmers, particularly women.

MODERATOR:

  • Jackson Kimani, Country Director, Kenya, Clinton Climate Initiative

PANELISTS:

  • Essma Ben Hamida, Co-founder and CEO, Enda Inter-arabe
  • Michael Dickstein, Director of Global Sustainable Development, HEINEKEN
  • Paul Macek, Senior Director, Programs, West Africa, World Cocoa Foundation

Mitigating Risk for Infrastructure Financing, Location: Orangeraie
Leveraging public and private sector resources is key to addressing the significant infrastructure finance gap in the Middle East and Africa, estimated at nearly $200 billion annually for the regions combined. Filling this gap can connect millions of businesses and individuals to key markets and boost economic growth and job creation by substantially reducing the cost of transport, energy procurement, housing, and communications. Yet, 90 percent of existing investments do not address essential services due to the perceived length of time for returns and high risks. Recognizing this unmet demand, a growing number of investors are utilizing investment tools—including risk insurance, loan guarantees, and equity investments—to mitigate liabilities and address financing challenges. Participants in this session will discuss how to:

  • Expand public and private sector investment and project finance options to fund social and sustainable infrastructure.
  • Identify innovative and successful tools for mitigating risk for borrowers and investors seeking to fund needed infrastructure projects, including coverage for losses resulting from specific political conditions.
  • Incorporate key under-sourced areas such as transportation, logistics, utilities, and affordable housing options into broader infrastructure plans.

MODERATOR:

  • James Pickup, President and CEO, Middle East Investment Initiative

PANELISTS:

  • Hashim Shawa, Chairman and General Manager, Bank of Palestine
  • Fatima Zahra El Mansouri, Mayor of Marrakech
  • Jean-Paul Adam, Minister of Finance, Trade and the Blue Economy, Republic of Seychelles
  • Boubker Jai, Co-Chief Executive Officer, Attijariwafa Bank

Pathways to Employment, Location: Oliveraie
Despite historical periods of relative economic expansion, more than 20 percent of 15 to 24 year olds in the Middle East and Africa are unemployed. For young women in the Middle East, this rate doubles to 40 percent. While employment opportunities exist in the Middle East’s and Africa’s growth sectors, 40 percent of employers in the regions still cite skills shortages and/or mismatch as impediments to filling these vacancies. Combining academic and practical learning in educational programs while working to shape curricula to anticipate the needs of the current and future market can prepare young people to contribute to the economy, strengthening overall economic expansion and prosperity. Participants in this session will discuss how to:

  • Expand partnerships with the private sector, as well as secondary and tertiary education institutions, to design relevant curricula for employment.
  • Link apprenticeships and vocational trainings to existing market needs and long-term career opportunities.
  • Use technology as a platform to develop marketable skills and provide trainings to improve employability.

MODERATOR:

  • Iman Bibars, Regional Director, Ashoka Arab World, Ashoka, Innovators for the Public

PANELISTS:

  • Hadeel Ibrahim, Executive Director of Strategy and Internal Relations, Mo Ibrahim Foundation
  • Emad Rizkalla, Founder and CEO, Bluedrop Performance Learning
  • Layla Madihi, Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator, Education for Employment – Maroc

4:30 PM–5:30 PM 
OPEN PRESS; PRESS PRE-SET: 4:00 PM

PLENARY SESSION: The Food-Energy-Water Nexus, Location: Ballroom
With the total population of the Middle East and Africa expected to grow to 2.8 billion people by 2050, countries in both regions are faced with the challenge of feeding their citizens amid increasing global price volatility. Investments in sustainable agricultural production, better integration with global supply chains, and more innovative access to water and energy can boost production to meet growing demand. This panel will bring together business, government, and civil society leaders to discuss how to:

  • Ensure smallholder farmers have access to financing to source their inputs and improve production methods, including sustainable water and energy use.
  • Optimize the application of technology across the food, water, and energy value chains, including in production, processing, transport, and marketing.
  • Cooperate across borders to create integrated supply chains through infrastructure investments, ensuring access to markets.

MODERATOR:

  • Anne Kabagambe, Chief of Staff and Director of Cabinet, African Development Bank

PANELISTS:

  • Emma Naluyima, Veterinary Surgeon, Entebbe Animal Care Center, Farmer, Fodder Solutions
  • Paddy Padmanathan, President and CEO, ACWA Power
  • Mostafa Terrab, Chairman and CEO, OCP Group
  • Meagan Fallone, Chief Executive Officer, Barefoot College

7:30 PM -10:30 PM
Attendee Social Reception & Dinner

This event does not contain a formal speaking program. Due to the structure of this event, this session is closed to press.

THURSDAY, MAY 7, 2015

8:30 AM–4:00 PM
Press Registration

The Press Registration desk and Working Room will be located in the Diamant Room.

9:30 AM–10:30 AM
OPEN PRESS; PRESS PRE-SET: 8:30 AM

PLENARY SESSION: Women at the Forefront of Innovation, Location: Ballroom
While women make up half the total population of the Middle East and African regions, they are less likely than men to enter the labor force. Yet, across the world, small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) led by women have been shown to grow faster and create more jobs on average than those led by men, and increasing female workforce participation enhances innovation and growth. Expanding access to education—particularly to STEM —training, financing, mentorship, and markets, an ecosystem in which women can more easily grow businesses and jobs can be created. This panel will bring together business, government, and civil society leaders to discuss how to:

  • Improve access to finance, business training, and global markets to support women entrepreneurs.
  • Harness the momentum generated by the spread of mobile and Internet technology throughout the regions to enhance economic opportunities for women.

MODERATOR:

  • Chelsea Clinton, Vice Chair, The Clinton Foundation

PANELISTS:

  • Najla Mohammed Al Awar, Secretary General of the Ministry of Cabinet Affairs, United Arab Emirates
  • Othman Benjelloun, Chairman and CEO, BMCE Bank
  • Niralee Shah, Core Child Program Manager, Tomorrow's Youth Organization

11:00 AM–12:30 PM
OPEN PRESS (Limited capacity; if interested in attending, please email [email protected])
PRESS PRE-SET: 10:30 AM 

BREAKOUT SESSIONS
CGI Conversation hosted by Zainab Salbi

This session is being filmed for broadcast by Nida’a Productions and is Closed to Press; Please reach out to Nida’a Productions directly for footage or material inquiries.

In this session, Zainab Salbi will host a wide-ranging conversation with some of the most influential entrepreneurs and advocates from the Arab World, inviting them to voice their hopes and visions for the region. The host of a new show with Nida’a Productions, Salbi has spent over 20 years sharing the powerful stories of women around the world. She is also the author of Between Two Worlds and the founder of Women for Women International, a grassroots humanitarian organization dedicated to serving women survivors of war.                                                                                                                                                                                           

PARTICIPANTS:                                                                                                                                                            

  • Noura Al Kaabi, Chief Executive Officer, twofour54
  • Hayat Sindi, Founder and CEO, i2 Institute                                                                                                                                      

Harnessing Youth Entrepreneurship for Job Creation, Location: Oliveraie
By 2020, a minimum of 180 million new jobs in the countries of Middle East and Africa will be needed to absorb the currently unemployed and new graduates who will enter the workforce in the next five years. With average youth unemployment rates at 28 percent in the Middle East and 14 percent in Africa, young entrepreneurs can create jobs not only for themselves but for the employees that they hire. Small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are also critical to accelerating job growth, as they currently account for more than 67 percent of overall private sector employment in the Middle East and over 75 percent in Africa. Over 60 percent of SMEs lack access to finance, making it critical to facilitate structural and financial support for these businesses to drive growth and generate jobs. Participants in this session will discuss how to:

  • Equip young entrepreneurs with the technical and leadership skills, in addition to networks, to build sustainable businesses and connect them to markets.
  • Expand access to finance and capital to support job-creating, youth-led SMEs.
  • Use technology to create communities where young entrepreneurs can exchange ideas and connect with mentors and investors.

MODERATOR:

  • Muna Abusulayman, Media Personality, Activist and Philanthropist, Middle East Broadcasting Center

PANELISTS:

  • Isaac Shongwe, Chief Executive Officer, African Leadership Academy
  • Zika Abzuk, General Manager of Israel Country Transformation, Cisco
  • Takunda Chingonzo, Founder and CEO, Neolab Technology
  • Asma Mansour, President and Co-founder, Tunisian Center for Social Entrepreneurship

Innovations in Water Sustainability, Location: Roseraie
By 2050, fresh water availability in the Middle East and North Africa is expected to drop by 50 percent in areas already considered the most arid in the world. Meanwhile, sub-Saharan Africa faces different water challenges—including the critical need for improved sanitation and hygiene, with 40 percent of the population lacking access to clean water. Throughout the Middle East and African regions, economic growth and rising populations will continue to drive demand for water and the energy needed to procure it, while subsidies often hide the true cost of these scarce resources. With clean water becoming more expensive and difficult to access, actors from all sectors are seeking innovative solutions to manage risks in order to improve water stewardship for the environment and community. Participants in this session will discuss how to:

  • Develop sustainable targets for agricultural, industrial, and domestic use to ensure water security for all.
  • Adapt existing and new technologies for irrigation, purification, sanitation, distribution, and conservation to increase water access for marginalized communities.
  • Educate and train communities on water conservation, sanitation, and more effective irrigation methods.

PANELISTS:

  • Naty Barak, Chief Sustainability Officer, Netafim
  • Grace Obado, Chief Executive Officer of Hidrolution Kenya, Hidrolution
  • Ama Bawuah, Head of Public Affairs and Communications, Equatorial Africa, Coca Cola
  • Zineb El Adaoui, Wali of Gharb-Chrarda-Beni Hssen, Governor of the Province of Kenitra

Investing in Stronger Health Care Systems, Location: Orangeraie
The current Ebola health crisis in West Africa highlights the importance of investing in primary health care systems throughout Africa and the Middle East to prevent, diagnose, and treat communicable and non-communicable diseases, thereby better addressing future crises. Ensuring access to care for all people will improve health outcomes and employment prospects, as well as promote livelihoods, economic growth, and security. Participants in this session will discuss how to:

  • Mobilize the needed financing to strengthen primary health care infrastructure.
  • Improve the capacity of systems to train health care workers to handle health crises, and to access and treat marginalized communities.
  • Use technology to accelerate delivery of diagnostic and treatment tools.

PANELISTS:

  • Strive Masiyiwa, Chairman, Econet Wireless
  • Hayat Sindi, Founder and CEO, Institute for Imagination and Ingenuity
  • Majid Kaddoumi, Vice President and Managing Director, Middle East, Africa and Turkey, Medtronic

12:30 PM -2:00 PM
Attendee Networking Lunch

This event does not contain a formal speaking program. Due to the structure of this event, this session is closed to press.

2:00 PM–3:30 PM
OPEN PRESS; PRESS PRE-SET: 1:00 PM

CLOSING PLENARY SESSION: The Middle East and Africa: Future Leaders for Opportunity, Location: Ballroom
By 2050, almost a third of the world population will live in the Middle East and Africa. The combined GDP of these regions is expected to continue to grow at more than four percent annually: these are the fastest growing regions in the world. Next generation leaders are needed to leverage the ingenuity of 300 million youth in generating economic growth while addressing existing youth unemployment, and education, food, water, energy and infrastructure challenges. This panel will bring together business, government, and civil society leaders to discuss how to:

  • Mobilize innovations and businesses to solve existing challenges.
  • Support investments in infrastructure to expand economic growth while connecting people and countries across and between the Middle East, North Africa, and sub-Saharan Africa.
  • Strengthen education and leadership development to ensure the strongest foundation for young people’s futures.

MODERATOR:

  • President Bill Clinton, Founding Chairman, Clinton Global Initiative, 42nd President of the United States

PANELISTS:

  • Amr al Dabbagh, Founding Chairman, STARS Foundation
  • Yasmin Belo-Osagie, Co-founder, She Leads Africa
  • Strive Masiyiwa, Chairman, Econet Wireless
  • Mbarka Bouaida, Minister Delegate of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Kingdom of Morocco

PRESS LOGISTICS

Press Credentials
Press registration is open to members of the media. To apply, please complete the form at http://prs.cgilink.org/1DfZbrv.

The deadline to apply is Friday, May 1. Journalists may apply for credentials on-site, but pre-registered media will be given priority. If applying on-site, you MUST bring a press ID as well. Members of the press who have received email confirmation from CGI to attend the meeting are encouraged to pick up their credentials at the press registration desk outside the Diamant Room at the Palmeraie Golf Palace Conference Center onTuesday, May 5 from 2:00PM–6:00PM.

ALL PRESS MUST BE CREDENTIALED BY THE CLINTON GLOBAL INITIATIVE. For questions about press registration, contact the Clinton Global Initiative Communications Department at[email protected].

Press Working Room
There will be space for press to work and file stories during CGI Middle East & Africa in the ress Working Room, located in the Diamant Room at the Palmeraie Golf Palace Conference Center. Wired and wireless Internet access will be provided. Phones and computers will not be provided.

WIFI
Network: CGIMEAPress
Password: meapress2015

Useful Links
Press Releases:
 clintonfoundation.org/press

Live Webcast: Plenary Sessions will also be live streamed during the meeting at new.livestream.com/CGI in Arabic, English, and French.

Twitter: Follow @ClintonGlobal for meeting news and highlights. The official meeting hashtag is #CGI.

Facebook: Highlights, news, and photos from CGI Middle East & Africa will be shared on CGI’s Facebook page: facebook.com/clintonglobalinitiative.

Photos and Videos: Photos from the meeting will be available on CGI’s Flickr account at flickr.com/cgiphotos. Follow @clintonglobal on Instagram to see special moments from the meeting. Videos from the meeting will be available on CGI’s YouTube account at youtube.com/cgivideos.

Interview Locations
If you are interested in stand-up interview locations on-site at CGI Middle East & Africa, please email [email protected].

Wireless Microphones
Please do NOT bring or use wireless microphones on-site, as they may interfere with the show wireless system.

Mult Box
HD Video: HD/SDI with embedded audio
Analog Audio: XLR

SNG Truck Parking
There are a limited amount of SNG and/or microwave truck parking spaces available. Email [email protected] with requests and questions regarding SNG truck parking.

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