After completing their exchange programs, exchange program participants are making a difference in their communities in many areas, and especially as entrepreneurs and innovators! Learn more about — and get inspired — by their stories.
Amena Mansouri
We caught up with Ms. Mansouri, CEO & co-founder of fashion marketplace Dabchy, to find out and to congratulate her on this honor during Women’s History Month.
It’s hard to sum up all of Chola Mutoni’s work and impact since completing her Mandela Washington Fellowship (MWF), but since her return to Zambia, she has been involved in a multitude of outreach projects, empowering women and young girls through workshops and public talks.
Exchange alumnus Nazeem Mohammad Fadiir Junggee from Mauritius has transformed the old saying, “one person’s trash is another person’s treasure.”
Nguyen Minh Chau may be 3 feet 11 inches tall but she is a powerhouse for advocacy in disability rights in Vietnam and across the globe, promoting inclusion and empowering persons with disabilities.
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Kakoma believes that the most important investment we can make is in the education of children. Through them, change can be established and sustained for generations to come.
Community leader and social entrepreneur are just a few words that define Firdavs Nurov.

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