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AISA-GISS

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The AISA-Global Issues Service Summit (GISS) is a three-day annual summit hosted by an AISA member school.

AISA-GISS motivates and encourages students to enquire about global issues and learn alongside other delegates and changemakers from across Africa.

Student delegates spend time presenting, learning, sharing and discussing important issues during the summit, followed by a hands-on service learning day in the local community.

AISA-GISS provides delegates with opportunities to strategize solutions to global issues, meaningful sessions and stories about positive change happening here in Africa, and the support for taking action and engagement in their own communities.

AISA-GISS has become a calendar highlight for many of our AISA member schools as students are awakened to the notion that they can make a difference as they work together to consider and develop solutions for Global Issues.

Future AISA-GISS Dates

School Year Dates Host School
2017/18 18th - 20th January 2018 International School of Kenya (ISK)
2018/19 17th - 19th January 2019 International School of Dakar (ISD), Senegal
2019/20 16th - 18th January 2020 American International School of Lusaka (AISL), Zambia
2020/21 21st - 23rd January 2021 International School of Uganda (ISU)
2021/22 20th - 22nd January 2022

TBD (West Africa)

2022/23 19th - 21st January 2023

TBD (Southern Africa)

Note: All dates subject to confirmation.

Previous AISA-GISS Events

The following are links to previous AISA-GISS websites:

 

Year School Theme Website
2016/17 American International School of Johannesburg Phambili: a Zulu word when translated into English means - Moving forward to face the challenges of the future http://www.aisagiss.org/2017/
2015/16 International School Tanganyika Funguka: Are You Ready? http://www.aisagiss.org/2016/what-is-aisa-giss/
2014/15 American International School Mozambique Lanzela: Educating for Sustainability http://www.aisagiss.org/2015/
2013/14 Lincoln Community School Ghana Betumi http://www.lincoln.edu.gh/page.cfm?p=487&newsid=711