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With many businesses impacted by the pandemic, some are using the economic downturn to advance tech innovation and e-learning.
With less than 5% Internet broadband and only 40% adult literacy, access to accurate information is difficult to come by.
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.
James Kwabo is helping share COVID-19 information with youth across Liberia via his radio station, Alternative Youth Radio.
Alfred Kankuzi is taking action to help provide life-saving information to his fellow Malawians.
YALI Alumnus in Ghana is working to ensure that the most vulnerable communities have continuous access to meals as COVID-19 disrupts daily life.
In 2016 I returned from my Mandela Washington Fellowship at Duquesne University’s Leadership in Civic Engagement Institute.
Exchange alumnus Nazeem Mohammad Fadiir Junggee from Mauritius has transformed the old saying, “one person’s trash is another person’s treasure.”
A year after her YALI experience, Rachel customized the concept of this incubator to Malawi's context and established mHub, Malawi’s first technology hub and incubator space for emerging young entrepreneurs.