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Leveraging tech to link artisan repairers to lucrative opportunities Having developed a keen interest in technology at the age of 16, Boluwatife is committed to using technology to create social impact.
Jidar Wall Art
Livening up interior spaces with creative murals and wall art Farah is an artist and student from Cairo with a deep desire to uplift the creative economy in Egypt. She is the founder of Jidar Wall Art, a non-profit collective that harnesses the power of art to transform interior spaces into works of art. The company recruits artists to paint customized murals and re-design interiors for various businesses.
Union-Ganics (Uganics)
Championing a non-traditional product and business model to tackle Malaria Growing up in an orphanage, Joan often found herself falling ill with Malaria, a disease that remains all too pervasive in her country of Uganda.
FarmMoja
Breaking new ground in cash crop farming Despite being raised in the urban environment of Nairobi, Kevin has always been drawn to rural life. In 2015, Kevin decided to indulge his curiosity and explore entrepreneurial opportunities in the rural areas.
Hello Mushrooms U Ltd
Empowering smallholder farmers though mushroom farming Kisseka grew up engaging in peri-urban farming and Uganda and developed a love for agriculture early on.
The Mainstream Magazine
Creating compelling digital content for African youth Kondwani is a media and communications major at the University of Zambia. A natural born storyteller, Kondwani found her calling in the media and went on to found The Mainstream, a digital magazine that aims to tell authentic African stories. Since inception in 2016, the magazine has accrued a community of 500 registered subscribers and a social media following of 15,000 users.