Save the date: 5-29 May 2020, The AfricaNeedSpace First Online Workshop: The end of Space Mystery

This webinar is organized by EurekaGeo and the Space Generation Advisory Council National Point of Contact for Cameroon

This online workshop is organized under the patronage of the Ministry of Small and Medium Enterprises, Social Economy and Handicrafts of Cameroon (MINPMEESA), in partnership with Space in Africa

Registration is until Sunday, the 3rd of May:

Some presentations relevant to GMES and Africa (Time is GMT+1)
  • 05/05
    • @2:15 - Presentation of the African Space Policy: the objectives, challenges and issues for the continent (Dr.Tidiane Ouattara)
  • 07/05
    • @2:20pm - Africa’s Experience: Space in Africa (Temidayo Oniosun), will present the African New Space industry and his global contribution to the Space value chain
    • @2:40 pm: Experience from Europe: AIRBUS Africa4Future. BizLab (Pauline Bourg), will present the project Africa4Futur dedicated for space and digital entrepreneurship
  • 14/05
    • @3:00 pm: Space data applications for everyday live business: Agriculture, flood mapping, climate change… (Mr. Luciano Giesso, Satellogic)
  • 21/05
    • @2:00: Masters and postgraduate in Sciences and Spaces technologies in Africa (Pr. Anas Emran, CRASTE-LF)
    • @3:00: Pan African University, five crucial areas of capacity building and Space Sciences perspectives (Pan African University)
  • 26/05
    • @3:00: SpaceGarden, an environment to exploit the space capabilities for the entrepreneurship and local needs. (Spaceseed)
  • 28/05
    • @3:00: Satellites launched by African countries, theirs services and operation (Dr. Abimbola)


is a program that defines a set of actions to be developed to promote space and its opportunities for entrepreneurship and economic diversification through the creation of new value-added services dedicated to the African countries' market.

The Space Generation Advisory Council
A global non-governmental, non-profit (US 501(c)3) organisation and network which aims to represent university students and young space professionals to the United Nations, space agencies, industry, and academia.

Space in Africa
Space in Africa produces authoritative business and market analysis reports for the different segments of the African Space and Satellite Industry. They cover the business, technology, discoveries, events and political news about the African space and satellite industry.