Keeping Up with the Kohorts: 2016

Joining the Anzisha Prize is just a part of these Very Young Entrepreneurs journey, here's what the 2016 fellows have been up to.

2016

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2016

Yaye Souadou Fall

President of E-cover, a venture that repurposes waste by recycling tires to produce more useful items like shoe soles, roads and even coverings for swimming pools; serving the society and environment.

Heritiaina Randriamananatahina

Founded FIOMBONANA, an agro-processing enterprise that manufactures dairy products and confectioneries using only Madagascan raw materials, employing farmers and providing local job opportunities.

Benedict Kusi Ampofo

Project KIRIKU, a demonstration farm, is designed to create sustainable agricultural communities to minimize poverty by providing requisite skills, knowledge, and innovative technology, helping participating farmers and youth improve their agricultural yield through practice based learning.

Aly Abdelazam

20 year old Aly is founder of Teens Club, a youth empowerment organization. Teens Club provides teenagers with a platform to develop themselves professionally by linking them up with experts, improving their skillsets, and providing a safe space for the expression of opinions and talents.

Issam Darui

Lagare.ma is the first electronic bus station in Morocco, available in 10 languages and 25 currencies, established to provide services to travel cleverly for the first time in Morocco, providing schedules to over 150 destinations including tourist destinations.

Asha Abbas

Aurateen provides counseling services both online and in person, and works with medical practitioners and youth experts to educate about STDs.