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Ghana is producing more female entrepreneurs than any other country | Face2face Africa

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MILDRED EUROPA TAYLOR, Face2face Africa Women working at sewing machines in factory. Pic credit: Sleek Garments Export Ltd. Featured Image rise of women in entrepreneurship is not necessarily associated with the pace of their country’s wealth and economic development as this latest Index on women’s entrepreneurship has shown. The second edition of Mastercard Index of Women’s Entrepreneurship (MIWE) revealed that […]
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Investing in African Women Entrepreneurs: Highlights from Social Capital Markets (SOCAP18) | She Leads Africa There is an immense opportunity for economic growth and social impact by investing in Africa women">Investing in African Women Entrepreneurs: Highlights from Social Capital Markets (SOCAP18) | She Leads Africa There is an immense opportunity for economic growth and social impact by investing in Africa women

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There is an immense opportunity for economic growth and social impact by investing in Africa women
Investing in African Women Entrepreneurs: Highlights from Social Capital Markets (SOCAP18) | She Leads Africa There is an immense opportunity for economic growth and social impact by investing in Africa women" class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

Kelechi Udoagwu: Moving Fast and Breaking Things | She. Leads. Africa. From Tinsel to Technology. Kelechi is changing the narrative of African women in the tech world.">Kelechi Udoagwu: Moving Fast and Breaking Things | She. Leads. Africa. From Tinsel to Technology. Kelechi is changing the narrative of African women in the tech world.

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From Tinsel to Technology. Kelechi is changing the narrative of African women in the tech world.
Kelechi Udoagwu: Moving Fast and Breaking Things | She. Leads. Africa. From Tinsel to Technology. Kelechi is changing the narrative of African women in the tech world." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

‘Can You Dig It?’ Africa Reality Show Draws Youth to Farming | Atlanta Black Star As a student, Leah Wangari imagined a glamorous life as a globe-trotting flight attendant, not toiling in dirt and manure.">‘Can You Dig It?’ Africa Reality Show Draws Youth to Farming | Atlanta Black Star As a student, Leah Wangari imagined a glamorous life as a globe-trotting flight attendant, not toiling in dirt and manure.

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As a student, Leah Wangari imagined a glamorous life as a globe-trotting flight attendant, not toiling in dirt and manure.
‘Can You Dig It?’ Africa Reality Show Draws Youth to Farming | Atlanta Black Star As a student, Leah Wangari imagined a glamorous life as a globe-trotting flight attendant, not toiling in dirt and manure." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

In Conversation: The Founder of Afrobytes Tells Us Why the World Needs to Focus on African Tech – OkayAfrica PARIS—Afrobytes is a technology conference for Africa co-founded by Haweya Mohamed and Amin Youssouf with the ambition of being a technological innovation hub between Africa and the rest of the world and to extend a marketplace for African technologies.">In Conversation: The Founder of Afrobytes Tells Us Why the World Needs to Focus on African Tech – OkayAfrica PARIS—Afrobytes is a technology conference for Africa co-founded by Haweya Mohamed and Amin Youssouf with the ambition of being a technological innovation hub between Africa and the rest of the world and to extend a marketplace for African technologies.

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PARIS—Afrobytes is a technology conference for Africa co-founded by Haweya Mohamed and Amin Youssouf with the ambition of being a technological innovation hub between Africa and the rest of the world and to extend a marketplace for African technologies.
In Conversation: The Founder of Afrobytes Tells Us Why the World Needs to Focus on African Tech – OkayAfrica PARIS—Afrobytes is a technology conference for Africa co-founded by Haweya Mohamed and Amin Youssouf with the ambition of being a technological innovation hub between Africa and the rest of the world and to extend a marketplace for African technologies." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

Meet Tonjé Bakang, the Cameroonian Creator of Africa’s Netflix – Okay Africa DIASPORA—Tonjé Bakang is the Cameroonian tech entrepreneur who created Africa’s Netflix, Afrostream.">Meet Tonjé Bakang, the Cameroonian Creator of Africa’s Netflix – Okay Africa DIASPORA—Tonjé Bakang is the Cameroonian tech entrepreneur who created Africa’s Netflix, Afrostream.

DIASPORA—Tonjé Bakang is the Cameroonian tech entrepreneur who created Africa’s Netflix, Afrostream.
Meet Tonjé Bakang, the Cameroonian Creator of Africa’s Netflix – Okay Africa DIASPORA—Tonjé Bakang is the Cameroonian tech entrepreneur who created Africa’s Netflix, Afrostream." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

Afropreneurs: These Fly Beanies & Hats Help Protect Your Hair In Style – Okay Africa From bonnets to durags, Grace Eleyae tried almost every hair accessory to preserve the moisture in her fine hair.">Afropreneurs: These Fly Beanies & Hats Help Protect Your Hair In Style – Okay Africa From bonnets to durags, Grace Eleyae tried almost every hair accessory to preserve the moisture in her fine hair.

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From bonnets to durags, Grace Eleyae tried almost every hair accessory to preserve the moisture in her fine hair.
Afropreneurs: These Fly Beanies & Hats Help Protect Your Hair In Style – Okay Africa From bonnets to durags, Grace Eleyae tried almost every hair accessory to preserve the moisture in her fine hair." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

Afropreneurs: Meet the Home Décor Company Fusing Brooklyn Cool with Afro-Chic – Okay Africa While other children grew up playing video games, Ugandan-American interior stylist Nasozi Kakembo designed blueprints.">Afropreneurs: Meet the Home Décor Company Fusing Brooklyn Cool with Afro-Chic – Okay Africa While other children grew up playing video games, Ugandan-American interior stylist Nasozi Kakembo designed blueprints.

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While other children grew up playing video games, Ugandan-American interior stylist Nasozi Kakembo designed blueprints.
Afropreneurs: Meet the Home Décor Company Fusing Brooklyn Cool with Afro-Chic – Okay Africa While other children grew up playing video games, Ugandan-American interior stylist Nasozi Kakembo designed blueprints." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More