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WAN Show

On May 25, the Africa International Day, the African civil society and its diaspora are mobilizing to fight against the health and social consequences of the coronavirus pandemic.
The WAN (Worldwide Afro Network) project will bring together Artists, Leaders, and Innovators. It will take place all day long on social networks with the hashtags #JeSuisWan and #IAmWan. It will conclude with a Show 2.0 that will be broadcast for free in prime time, on all African national channels and some private channels, with the technical support of the African Union Broadcasting and Thomson Broadcast.
All actors of this Show 2.0 have set themselves the objectives of raising awareness about the risks of infection, to engage in a collective reflection on post-crisis Africa, and to support the actors in the construction of this new Africa: United and Innovative.
Africans, Afro-descendants (Caribbean, Indian Ocean & North and South America), changemakers from all over the world are coming together under one banner so that they can take the leadership of a new world to build: Inclusive and Sustainable.
Youssou N'Dour, Oumou Sangaré, Fally Ipupa, Wizkid, Cécile Kayirebwa, Baaba Maal, Tiken Jah Fakoly.

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