FellowsAnzisha Prize launches mini-documentary series to enable educators around the world to...

Anzisha Prize launches mini-documentary series to enable educators around the world to share African entrepreneurship success stories

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2022

Salimata Traore

About Salimata​ Having completed entrepreneurial training at the African Institute of Management, Salimata Traore holds a...

Gaoagwe Jeje ​

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

2021

Grace Okezie

About Grace​ 22-year-old Grace Okezie comes from a family of seven. The Nigerian entrepreneur is...

Renata Silva

About Renata Renata Silva is a 19-year-old woman who is passionate about entrepreneurship and fashion....

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.

Mahlatse Matlakana

Mahlatse Matlakana hails from Arrie village in Limpopo, South Africa. Her entrepreneurial journey began early when she started working on farms to support her family. After her matric, she took a gap year after registering to study law to focus on her passion for farming

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