Serial entrepreneur Babita Singh has been conferred as a Global Peace Ambassador for promoting Peace through Education, Sports, Art, Culture & Diplomacy at the India International Conclave 2022 held in collaboration with Asia Africa Consortium (AAC) that took place on 16th April 2022 in Shangrila, New Delhi.
Babita Singh was personally conferred with this honour by H.E. Prof Dr Zahid Haque (Ambassador At Large- Kingdom of Hawai’i & Secretary-General- WSA), H.E. Prof Nabhit Kapur (Sr Advisor to the Govt of Liberia & Somaliland) and Enthekhabul Hamid (Hon. Consul General- The Republic of Botswana) and Ernest Nana Adeji (Minister – Counsellor Political & Economic, High Commission of Republic of Ghana ) for her exemplary contribution for her Peacebuilding initiatives via Sports & Culture. Babita is a global business professional who has been in this business for 20 years with her previous ventures in Hospitality, Sports Management and Cyber Security. Babita is an Indian, born and raised in Nigeria and moved on to become the most sought Digital Strategist & Reputation Expert in Asia & Africa.
The AAC-Global Peace Ambassador 2022 honour has been constituted by Asia Africa Consortium and is the highest honour bestowed by the Secretary-General on a global citizen that fosters Socio-Economic Relations and Sustainable Growth between Asia and Africa encompassing Education, Health and Trade. This honour conferred upon Babita Singh implies that she is one of those very few designated individuals who have dedicated their lives to practices that promote Universal Moral Values, Interreligious cooperation, and International Harmony respecting the United Nations Human Rights Charter to improve the lives of billions of people worldwide.
The Asia Africa Consortium (AAC) conference was attended by H.E. Prof Dr Zahid Haque (Ambassador At Large- Kingdom of Hawai’i & Secretary-General- WSA); Enthekhabul Hamid (Hon. Consul General- The Republic of Botswana & Secretary General-Bangladesh Shooting Sport Federation); Vinay Chaudhary (Spokesperson BJP Delhi Youth), Prof RIYAS Suleiman Lebbe (President- George Washington University of Peace); Nimisha Shankar (Musician & International Performer), H.E. Prof Nabhit Kapur (Sr Advisor to the Govt of Liberia & Somaliland); Sara Georges Muthoot (Director- St George’s Education Society) along with other bureaucrats, politicians, international keynote speakers, celebrity artists, diplomats and ambassadors from 10 different countries.
“This honour is extremely important to me and my entire team which works relentlessly on various initiatives worldwide and we look forward to more challenges and it gives me an impetus to strive to contribute more towards peacebuilding initiatives not only in the field of Sports or Culture but to the corporate industry and International Governmental agencies,” revealed the ecstatic Babita Singh who is not only a serial entrepreneur but an eminent humanitarian and has received many accolades for her contribution to the society at large.
Indian International Conclave was knitted by Dr Varun Gupta and Dr Naresh Malhotra who thanked all the dignitaries. The conclave marked its august presence by Louis Georges (Prime Minister, State of African Diaspora), H.E. Kwaku Asomah – Cheremeh (High Commissioner – Designate of the Republic of Ghana to India, New Delhi, India, Nancy Barlow (Member, Delhi Minorities Commission, Government of NCT of Delhi, India), Dr Sandeep Marwah (President – Asian Academy of Film & Television), Rajendra Bahadur Shrestha (RBS Research & Training Consultant & Member Secretary- FNCCI Think Tank- Nepal). The conference also saw the presence of pre-eminent guests representing the United Nations, India, Sri Lanka, Spain, Morocco, Ghana, Afghanistan, the Middle East, the USA, Bangladesh and other countries and some key people from the Cabinet.
The conference was powered in association with On Sky Global, World Sports Alliance United Nations, World Health Organisation supported by CBSE, Primary Plus, George Washington University and Bangladesh Olympic Association.