Keeping Up with the Kohorts: 2019

Joining the Anzisha Prize is just a part of these Very Young Entrepreneurs journey, here's what the 2019 fellows have been up to.


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Caleb Annobil

Caleb Annobil became aware of the dangers of unclean water after the death of...

Velache Coker

Born in Moyamba Town, Sierra Leone, Velache Coker was determined to become a professional...

Cecil Chikezie

In his third year of University, Cecil Chikezie found out that the Kenyan government...

Yannick Kimanuka

Yannick Kimanuka grew up in North Kivu Eastern Province in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) where the city has been shaken by extreme violence and ethnic wars for more than two decades. Raised by a single mother, Yannick noticed that school children in her area had limited access to quality education.

Olipah Chomba

Olipah Chomba started her chicken farm as a survivalist entrepreneur. With aspirations to finish...

Osvaldo Mokouma

Agriculture was never in Osvaldo Mokouma’s realm of interests. However, after seeing the high...