FellowsArab activists using Web to crowdsource dissent

Arab activists using Web to crowdsource dissent

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2022

Abdulwhab Mohamed

About Abdulwhab ​ Abdulwhab is a hard worker and a big believer in youth empowerment. He is a...

Gaoagwe Jeje ​

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

2021

Adama Kanté

About Adama Adama Kanté is a young 22-year-old Malian. He is passionate about inspiring young...

Krys Elfried Digbehi

About Krys At just 18 years old, Krys Digbehi has set his sights on entrepreneurship...

2020

Aseitu Olivia Kipo

Aseitu describes herself as a passionate and resilient emerging community developer and an agripreneur. Growing up in a rural community in Ghana, Aseitu witnessed the majority of people in her community malnourished. Consequently, she relentlessly sought ways of supporting the people of her community with healthy foods whilst creating employment. This led to the start of her entrepreneurial journey and the birth of Kobaa-Ok-Enterprises.

Agbor-Ebai Nenembou Frida

Agbor-Ebai is the founder of Supreme Sparkle, a multifaceted business that offers tailoring, salon and spa services. The business is dedicated to providing quality products and services for its customers, as well as an enjoyable experience at an affordable rate.

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