Annick Niyonzima was grown up in Burundi and studied later on in South Africa sociology and communication, project administration and marketing. In Brussels she is active member of African Diaspora associations and represent various local NGOs from Burundi within the Civil Society Dialogue to the governmental institutions of the EU and Belgium. 

Christof Hoyler studied Cultural Anthropology and Rural development in Germany, Portugal and Spain. His occupational career  was shaped since 1994 by humanitarian aid missions to African conflict areas such as the Angolan civil war, the Great Lake region conflicts and the Sahel food crisis, and since 2006 with development policy advocacy at the Brussels EU-quarter. In addition he acquired with his engagements special expertise knowledge on private sector development, ecological and social entrepreneurship and open source software.

Project management, business administration, market research. industrial law, human ressources and public relations.

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durabile GlobalFair link and promote the economic and structural competitiveness of small and medium-sized enterprises and institutions with developing countries, guided by vision for a green economy, social responsibility and capacity transfer with developing countries. 

The Alliance for Rural Electrification is the only international business association in the world focusing on the promotion and the development of off-grid renewable energy solutions for rural electrification in developing countries. ARE serves as an platform for sharing knowledge and best-practices and is a privileged partner of stakeholders in the energy field who want to engage the private sector.

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The Press Club Brussels Europe is a joint initiative of the associations of international journalists based in Brussels and the Brussels-Capital Region and opened its doors in February 2011 with the aim of providing a forum for conferences and debates with and among members of the media. It was born from an initiative of the Brussels Capital Region, aware that a Press Club was needed in this city. It is the first club of its kind to be created in Brussels, and within the first three months it saw more than 1,000 journalists and guests cross its threshold.