FellowsAnzisha Prize announces 20 finalists for Very Young African Entrepreneurs 2020

Anzisha Prize announces 20 finalists for Very Young African Entrepreneurs 2020

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2022

Sheila Chivura

About Sheila: ​ Sheila Chivura is an entrepreneur who began working to support her studies. Thanks to her...

Lynnet Muritu​

About Lynnet​ Hailing from the Kenyan capital, 21-year-old Lynnet is an architecture student with interests ranging...

2021

Constant Ayihounoun

About Constant​ Constant Ayihounoun is a 21-year-old entrepreneur from Abomey-Calavi, Benin. His love for agriculture and sustainable farming...

Doroles Mihanjo

About Dolores Dolores is a 20-year-old entrepreneur from Kibaha, Tanzania. She is passionate about serving children from impoverished lives to...

2020

Alaa Moatamed

At an early age, Alaa had a passion for business. In 2016, she participated in Eyouth where she co-founded and headed her first project "Fettrah"-a project aimed at teaching different skills to people with mental disabilities. Alaa continued to mix her passion for business with community engagement to later co-found, Presto.

Adjeiwaa Nyamekye

Adjeiwaa is the youngest of the Anzisha 2020 cohort. She grew up riddled with the pain of losing 3 family members including her mom, to Malaria. Determined to reduce the spread of malaria, so that other's don't have to face the same grief as she did, she started the Mosquito trapping + Emergency LED light Bulb initiative.

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