Learn from Enabel how you can adapt your
About this Event
Enabel is the Belgian Development Agency.
It implements and coordinates Belgium’s international development policy. It currently runs 150 projects in 20 countries (mostly in Africa), with an annual budget of 200 million EUR and 1,400 staff members.
Enabel is currently reorganizing itself to better response to major challenges in Africa (climate change, increasing economic inequalities, migrations, security and demography) and changing dynamics in the international development community.
Jean Van Wetter, Managing Director, will explain the different initiatives taken to embark his team in this journey.
Meet our speaker
Jean Van Wetter is the managing director of Enabel, the Belgian Development Agency.
After graduating from the Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management (ULB) in 2000, he has worked several years as management consultant for Deloitte Consulting in Brussels. He then decided to change his career path to work in the humanitarian and development sector.
He has 15 years of experience managing development projects in various countries in Africa, Europe and Asia.
We believe in the power of teams. That is why we focus on building a community of people who have dedicated their time and effort to build and support great teams. We know how hard it can be. We have also experienced more than once that things will go wrong in any given situation if you give them a chance to.
What if in a few areas, we could spare you the pain?
That’s our goal with this brand new series of TeamTalks. In every session, a speaker will share his hands-on experience to guide you through common pitfalls regarding different topics ranging from organizational to technical issues.
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Your hosts Vincent & Max
The event is free, but registration is mandatory. Light snacks & drinks will be provided.
(Wednesday) 12:30 - 13:30