The ECAM Council was born with the primary objective of promoting constructive dialogue, new partnerships and strong cooperation between Europe, Africa and the MENA region.
ABOUT ECAM COUNCIL
ABOUT ECAM COUNCIL SUMMIT
The ECAM Council was born with the primary objective of promoting constructive dialogue, new partnerships and strong cooperation between Europe, Africa and the MENA region. It aims to contribute to the improvement of international relations among countries through a high-level annual Summit in Rome where top government officials gather to discuss a range of vital issues that will lead to common strategies and best practices being shared. Special focus is given to healthcare in all of its facets and players from the private sector in Europe, Africa and the MENA region come together to find ways to fund the most interesting investment projects advanced during discussions.
The Forum is promoted by Gruppo San Donato (GSD) and GKSD Investment Holding in collaboration with The European House – Ambrosetti.
The ECAM Council seeks to make its contribution to a better world by working through governments, institutions and business and will target forums to specific areas such as investment in healthcare, education and training.
Our events will act as a conduit that offers philanthropic, governmental and business support to selected projects committed to developing the foundation’s core values of access to healthcare and education. ECAM promotes cultural understanding and acceptance in the form of real-life exchanges and knowledge sharing of best practices.
Our network includes the most influential experts and leaders across many fields and by working together, we can achieve change and a more stable and prosperous future in Africa and the MENA Region.
Our mission is to share concepts, opinions, and facts so that we can work together to improve and revolutionise sectors of critical importance such as healthcare, education and training.
As a non-partisan not-profit council, we guarantee transparency in our approach to all of our projects. Just as the world is becoming less global and more regional; so institutional pillars such as education, training and healthcare will also become more regionalised.