The Heritage and Cultural Society of Africa (HACSA) Foundation is delighted to announce that its flagship event, the HACSA Sankofa Summit and Heritage Experience 2023 will take place from the 22nd to the 30th of July. This year’s events will be an educative and exciting networking experience with a wide range of engaging and informative tours, keynote addresses, panel discussions with renowned speakers and industry leaders, cultural displays, entertainment and social events.

On Monday 24th July, HACSA Foundation will host the HACSA Sankofa Summit at Kempinski Hotel Accra. Attendees can look forward to engaging panel discussions with esteemed panelists including award winning Actor and Filmmaker, Adjetey Anang, Chairperson of Opportunity Finance Network, Donna Gambrell and renowned Photographer & Founder of the Dikan Center, Paul Ninson. Attendees can also look forward to the Fundraiser Gala with a keynote address by Consort of the Ashanti King & Philanthropist Lady Julia Osei-Tutu, , performances from acclaimed artists Camidoh, Cina Soul, and Sofie.

The Heritage Experience is an enlightening Africa immersion programme with tours to key historical sites which are critical to understanding global history, the transatlantic slave trade, colonialism, emancipation and how the diaspora came into being. Some of the key sites participants will visit are Elmina and Cape Coast Castles, Independence Square and Akwamufie Royal Palace and Museum. Participants will explore the historical significance, architectural marvels, and cultural treasures that Ghana has to offer. HACSA Foundation are offering packages which include ground transportation in Ghana, 5-star accommodation with breakfast, meals on day long tours and admission to the conference and Gala. HACSA Foundation are proud to announce Delta Airlines as the official airline partner offering all registered participants discounted plane ticket rates. (Terms and Conditions Apply). Learn more here.

HACSA Summits attract members of the African diaspora looking to connect with their heritage, Africa enthusiasts and those interested in exploring the richness and beauty of Africa, while taking attendees on an unparalleled journey of discovery and transformation.

The HACSA Sankofa Summit & Heritage Experience 2023 would not be possible without the generous support of sponsors; Fidelity Bank Ghana, Kowri, Svani Limited and Kempinski Hotel Gold Coast City Accra and partners; The Royal Senchi Resort Hotel, Bel Aqua, Nespresso, Aphro, Le Magellan, La Chaumiere, YFM, and Asaase Radio. Together with all sponsors and partners, HACSA Foundation is committed to creating a memorable and transformative experience for all participants. To register and learn more about the HACSA Sankofa Summit & Heritage Experience 2023 and be a part of this life-changing experience, please visit the website at www.thehacsa.org.

About the HACSA Foundation

The HACSA Foundation is an international, non-profit, NGO and CSO founded by Ambassador Johanna Svanikier, an alumnus of the LSE, Harvard Kennedy School and the University of Oxford and former Ambassador of Ghana to France, Portugal, UNESCO and La Francophonie. HACSA’s mission is to reunite the diaspora, preserve and promote African heritage and culture, celebrate and support talent and creativity in Africa and the diaspora, develop leadership and career skills in the youth and empower women and girls. HACSA curates virtual and physical meeting spaces and places which celebrate African heritage and culture and enlighten, empower, inspire and educate people and communities through knowledge, innovation and learning about Africa. HACSA is registered in Ghana, the USA and the Caribbean and is expanding membership of its HACSA Sankofa Network around the world. For more information on the HACSA Foundation, the HACSA Sankofa Network and our programmes and projects, please visit the website at www.hacsa.org, follow @thehacsa on social media or contact info@thehacsa.org.

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