Keeping Up with the Kohorts: 2011

Joining the Anzisha Prize is just a part of these Very Young Entrepreneurs journey, here's what the 2011 fellows have been up to.

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2011

Adamma Umoefia

Adamma Umeofia is the founder of WeBuilt: Africa, an organization that designs and constructs more functional and appealing market stalls for micro-entrepreneurs using recycled building materials throughout the African continent.

Ludwick Marishane

Ludwick Phofane Marishane is the founder of HeadBoy Industries, which developed and owns the patent for DryBath, the world’s first bath-substituting lotion, focused on serving the African continent.

Denise Mulenga

Denise Mulenga is the chief fashion designer and founder of DenShé Urban Wear, a fashion design company that produces colourful urban clothing for young women in Lusaka, mixing African and Western designs and delighting customers.

Amr Sobhy

Amr Sobhy is the founder of Zabatak, a program that aggregates crime reports from ordinary citizens across Cairo and maps criminal activity, to help both citizens and the authorities identify criminal hotspots in the city, making the city safer for all inhabitants.

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