24 Results Are Tagged With "Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders"
Kunle Adewale was determined to find a way to combine the arts with medicine as a therapy, but when he couldn’t find any institutions or mentors to partner with, the primary school teacher and artist created his own non-governmental organization (NGO).
Exchange alumni like Abdurahman I. A Fofana and others are carrying on the spirit of Nelson Mandela in many ways.
Thelma Ahamba is designing face masks that are comfortable and stylish, helping to flatten the curve and stem the spread of the coronavirus in her community.
Adji Zamtato is transforming his community in Chad one grain of rice at a time.
“In the age of technology, the playing field has been leveled,” says Florence Toffa, CEO of Mobile Web Ghana and Mandela Washington Fellow alumna.
These are just a few of the words to describe Kisioki Moitiko, a 2016 alumnus of the Mandela Washington Fellowship (MWF) for Young African Leaders.
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.”
Sefora Marcelle Kodjo-Kouassi has an impressive career: president of a non-profit, researcher, and spokesperson. She hasn’t just built a career for herself though; her life’s work is all about bringing other women up with her.