FellowsAnzisha Prize Announces Top 20 Very Young African Entrepreneurs as part of...

Anzisha Prize Announces Top 20 Very Young African Entrepreneurs as part of 10th Year Celebration

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2022

Gaoagwe Jeje ​

About Gaoagwe ​ In his final year of studying Business Operations, Gaoagwe is passionate about food safety, biosecurity, and youth...

Collins Kathuli

About Collins​ At 20 years old, Collins Kathuli is enthusiastic about fintech and passionate about business and technology....

2021

Amadu Deen Bah

About Amadu​ Born in January 2000, Amadu was raised by a single mother alongside his...

Hebrey Issa Abraham  

About Hebrey  Hebrey Issa is a 22-year-old university student who is passionate about agriculture. At an...

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.

Hamidu Ssonko Biha

Hamidu grew up in a humble family of farmworkers. Being exposed to poverty at a very young age propelled him to harness an insatiable desire to promote positive change in his community.

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