Keeping Up with the Kohorts: 2018

Joining the Anzisha Prize is just a part of these Very Young Entrepreneurs journey, here's what the 2018 fellows have been up to.

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Mohamed El Idrysy

Providing high impact soft skills training for Moroccan health professionals. Mohamed describes himself as a curious mind and a believer in bringing patient-centred healthcare to his community. In his analysis of the medical establishment in Morocco, Mohamed found that while medical professionals had the requisite technical medical knowledge, they often lacked soft skills needed to deliver a holistic and positive patient experience.

Boluwatife Omotayo

Leveraging tech to link artisan repairers to lucrative opportunities Having developed a keen interest in technology at the age of 16, Boluwatife is committed to using technology to create social impact.

Kevin Kibet

Breaking new ground in cash crop farming Despite being raised in the urban environment of Nairobi, Kevin has always been drawn to rural life. In 2015, Kevin decided to indulge his curiosity and explore entrepreneurial opportunities in the rural areas.

Amanda Jojo

Building community and creating employment a cup of coffee at a time. Born and raised in Johannesburg, Amanda Jojo is hard at working turning her lifelong love for coffee into a viable enterprise.

Alina Karimamusama

Alina is a young woman driven to solve the challenges of gender inequality and...

Nomena Andrianantoandro

Promoting a healthy lifestyle through locally produced beverages Health and wellness has been a lifelong passion for Nomena, a Business Management student in Madagascar.