FellowsAnzisha Prize announces top 20 young African entrepreneurs of 2019 in running...

Anzisha Prize announces top 20 young African entrepreneurs of 2019 in running for $25k prize

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2022

Abubakar Sadick Fuseini

About Abubakar ​ Abubakar is a 22-year-old entrepreneur who is currently studying Technology in Procurement and Supply...

Mohamed Mahmoud

About Mohamed ​ Mohamed is a student at the Academy of Science and Technology, studying software...

2021

Eneyi Oshi

About Eneyi Eneyi Oshi is a young leader who wants to improve food security. She...

Munyaradzi Makosa

About Munyaradzi  Munyaradzi is a 21-year-old entrepreneur and tech enthusiast from Zimbabwe. He is a...

2020

Joshua Adabie Armah

Joshua was inspired by his mother, who has an orphanage taking care of over 6000 people with little to no financial support. This drove him towards entrepreneurship -as he saw his mother making an impact and believed that he too could make an impact.

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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