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WCGE signed a working agreement with the National Leadership Institute of Madagscar

WCGE signed a working agreement with the National Leadership Institute of Madagscar in presence of H.E. President Marc Ravalomanana.

During the Diplomat Forum on Entrepreneurial Spirit from 26th - 29th September 2007, the Malagasy Ambassador to Germany expresses the need to the Wittenberg Center to partner with the National Leadership Institute of Madagascar (NLIM) in the field of ethical leadership development and fostering entrepreneurial spirit. Thereafter series of consultations were set up to develop a proper content on such a relationship which leads to the development of the Ethical Leadership Development - Fostering Entrepreneurial Spirit program for Madagascar.

On the 10th April 2008, the Wittenberg Center for Global Ethics (WCGE) signed a Working agreement with the NLIM in the presence of the President of the Republic of Madagascar, His Excellency Marc Ravalomanana.
This agreement was signed at a business roundtable organized by the GTZ (German Technical Cooperation), marking the 125th Anniversary of the 1st Treaty between Germany and Madagascar in Berlin, Germany. The President of the Republic of Madagascar along with leading representatives from business, political and the civil society, both from Germany and Madagascar were present.

The aim of this agreement was an official recognition by the state of Madagascar of the Wittenberg Center's approach to Global Ethics, as well as the desire of the Wittenberg Center to assist the NLIM in providing responsible leadership training to Madagascar at all levels to enable them to realize the goals stated in the Madagascar Action Plan (MAP). With this agreement, the WCGE and the NLIM shall jointly organize training sessions, dialogue forums, summer schools, yearly executive trainings, targeting more than 5000 Malagasy people from the grassroots to senior ministerial level as well as in the Diaspora.