AWE Awards & Youth Program 19′

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About AWE Awards 2019 & “TIME FOR THE MILLENNIALS” Youth Program

We are proud to provide a platform to celebrate and honor the talents, achievements and positive impact of African women and youth in Europe and not forgetting our African Men contribution to the community. Women and men who have taken risks, pushed limits, and broken ground in a wide variety of fields, celebrating their unique accomplishments.

This year we are focusing on men and women including youth and organizations that are making a difference in African economy ie supporting entrepreneurship, employment, education and Health.

Unlike other years, the nominees will be by vote, followed by a shortlist, and the winners will be announced at the event.

This year, the morning session will be ““TIME FOR THE MILLENNIALS” youth program followed by award winners for the evening program. Read more HERE and how you can involve your youth in this program.

Please Read AWE Events and Awards Terms and conditions Here 

Program Draft 4.5.2019 

Morning Schedule. FREE ENTRY

12:00-12:15 Coffee/Tea and Snacks + Arrival

12:15-12:30 Introduction and Interactive Activity – Wambui Njau & Victoria Nkatha

12:30-13:00 First Speaker – Richie Mathu

13:00-13:15 Break Coffee/ Tea

13:15-13:30 Second Speaker – Angeline Njeri

13:30-14:00 Break and Activity – Christine Mulwa

14:00-14:30 Third Speaker – Gerald Omondi

14:30-14:45 Break Coffee/Tea

14:45-15:15 Last Speaker – Victoria Nkatha

15:15-15:30 Questions and Open floor presentations

15:30-16:00 Networking and music

 

Evening Schedule. EVENT TICKET Required

17:00-18:00 Registration and Networking

18:00-18:10 Welcoming guests and Prayers – Victoria Nkatha

18:10-19:15 Dinner & Entertainment with DJ Erick Owuor Jakano

19:15-19:30 AWE Introduction – Joy Zenz and Wambui Njau

19:30-19:45 Entertainment – Christine Mulwa

19:45-20:30 AWE Awards session 1 – Joy Zenz and Wambui Njau

20:30-21:00 Fashion Show – Angeline Njeri
21:00-21:50 AWE Awards session 2 – Joy Zenz and Wambui Njau

21:50:22:00 Interactive Activity – Richie Mathu

22:00-01:00 Networking and Dancing DJ Erick Owuor Jakano

Book your ticket here ( We have student discounted ticket )

Other program 

3.5.2019 Dinner at African Restaurant contact Wambui Njau

The address is Anna Van Beurenplein 713.

( individual reservation and payment  required)

Dressing Code :

 African Out fit or  Elegant

(Photo shooting and Hard copy available at a fee)

Transport :

closest Airport Amsterdam Schiphol – Train to Den Haag

From Schiphol Airport train to Den Haag HS, walk to Den Haag, Station Hollands Spoor, line 1 tram to Den Haag, Adriaan Goekooplaan, then walk to Marriott Hotel The Hague. 56m 18€

From Schiphol Airport train to Den Haag Centraal, walk to Den Haag, Centraal Station, line 24 bus to Den Haag, Gemeentemuseum/Museon, then walk to Marriott Hotel The Hague. 1h 17m 18€

From Schiphol Airport bus to Leiden Transferium, bus to Den Haag Centraal, walk to Den Haag, Centraal Station, line 24 bus to Den Haag, Gemeentemuseum/Museon, then walk to Marriott Hotel The Hague. 1h 31m 3€

From Amsterdam Airport (AMS) taxi to Marriott Hotel The Hague. 31m 134€
From Amsterdam Airport (AMS) drive to Marriott Hotel The Hague. 31m 7€

From Amsterdam Schiphol Airport towncar to Marriott Hotel The Hague. 31m

How long does it take to get from Amsterdam Airport (AMS) to Marriott Hotel The Hague?

It takes approximately 56m to get from Amsterdam Airport (AMS) to Marriott Hotel The Hague, including transfers.

Is there a direct bus between Amsterdam Airport (AMS) and Marriott Hotel The Hague?

No, there is no direct bus from Amsterdam Airport (AMS) to Marriott Hotel The Hague.
However, there are services departing from Schiphol Airport and arriving at Den Haag, Gemeentemuseum/Museon via Leiden Transferium and Den Haag, Centraal Station. The journey, including transfers, takes approximately 1h 31m.

Parking at the Hotel 

Apon availability 19,50 per day

 

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