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Anzisha Stories

The Anzisha Prize platform is for for experts to share what works in entrepreneurship education and support across africa. 

Join us in the mission to create the best possible environment for very young entrepreneurs on the continent.

Identifying the right users before scaling

Lessons from Alain Nteff, African healthtech entrepreneur Gifted Mom: Tackling maternal and child mortality through mobile technology Each year in Africa, a quarter of a million women die of pregnancy related…

Cameroonian puts diabetes to flight with tea manufacturing business

“At first I was doing this just for my mom, but then I realised this could help other people like her in Cameroon, as well as Africa.”

How this 22-year-old aims to shake up online shopping in Cameroon

Fabrice Alomo is the Cameroonian entrepreneur behind an innovative business that aims to solve many of the challenges surrounding online shopping in his country.

Three young African women whose ideas are making a difference

This year, there are also a number of strong women candidates for the Anzisha Prize who are defining their place in the world of social entrepreneurship. Here is a sample of them.

Cameroon’s Alain Nteff on meeting the Queen and helping five million moms

Africa’s top young entrepreneur shares what it was like to meet the Queen and his plans for his social enterprise.

How Africa’s top young entrepreneur in 2014 is solving health problems with technology

“For me changing the world isn’t about creating a new phone that the whole world buys. For me it is just about bringing positive change to the local community.”

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