Meet Martha, a young lady from Kenya and an IT enthusiast. On being denied a US visa to go to a hacking school, she decided to open up her own.
Meet Benedicte, a young Congolese woman who wanted to promote a healthy lifestyle in her community, She started Surprise Tropicale, now a canteen service by simply serving a healthy breakfast to her association members.
Meet Noah, a young ugandan man, eager to tackle the growing unemployment rate in his community. He formed Namirembe Sweater Makers,to not only solve this issue in his environ but those around him.
Meet Sam, a young man from Togo with a knack for building IT gadgets. With personal computers still a luxury in Togo, he sought to build an alternative.
Meet Winnifred, at 15 years old co-founded Ghana Bamboo Bikes Intiative in an effort to address unemployment and environment degradation through effective use of local resources.
Meet Gabriel, a young Ivorian man who’s community poverty situation inspired him to make a difference. He founded Ribla Neda, a student run farming organisation that cultivates basic staple food.
Meet Nteff, alarmed by the high new born and pregnant women death rate in his community , this Cameroonian developed giftedMom, a mobile app to help these women calculate their due dates.
Meet Chineye, her passion for art and the environment stirred up a desire to create a space where she could teach fellow students how to create great art pieces using what others deemed as trash.
Meet Jeff, a young man who at the height of the 2010 World Cup, started Mulaudzi Bike Tours. All with the hope to nullify the misconceptions about his township – Alexandra.
Meet Thato, founder of Repurpose Schoolbags. She designs school bags from up-cyled plastic bags, integrating solar technology that charges during the day and transforms into light for learners to study after dark.