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The 20 thousand entrepreneurs within 10 years( 20 by 10) Accelerator program provides the environment, networks and funding opportunity to ensure that ethical entrepreneurs grow and flourish to positively impact their communities .
We are especially focused on startup's looking to launch in multiple African Countries
Using the tools of digital media and social networks, Africa Knows will bring together the best of photojournalism drawn from Kenya and the most active and creative new writing to tell a different story of itself.
Founded in 2012, ARED seeks to provide stable and reliable energy solutions to rural and urban areasin East Africa, employing innovative technologies like the Mobile Solar Cell Charger (MSCC) and Concentrated Solar Power (CSP).
Founder: Henri Nyakarundi
At the African Technology Foundation, we believe that knowledge building is the foundation for informed action and we are fully committed to harmonizing Africa's diaspora to foster the development of knowledge based economies in the region through our annual fellowships. We select ten (10) fellows every year to support our programs and initiatives and all our Fellows and Associates have unbridled passion for the success of African enterprises. For more information on our Fellowships, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
R & D COLLABORATION
This program is designed to aggregate innovative mechanisms for mutual collaboration through our unique relationships with universities, research centers and innovation labs. Selected Fellows for these opportunities will work with diaspora networks within these ecosystems on collaborative research, technology assessment and commercialization activities.
Afroes produces applications and content for young people containing powerful educational and social messages. Afroes develops cutting-edge interactive digital media solutions rooted in Africa’s rich heritage and designed to mould Africa’s young citizens.
A new concept in online shopping
Ahonya was founded with a lofty objective:
To transform retail in Ghana!
We help people discover and buy quality products at amazing prices.
We do this by putting the customer at the core of whatever we do. Whiles other are thinking about increasing prices, we think about reducing them.
We want to make quality goods available to all in Ghana, no matter which town or city you live in. We are a team of highly dedicated individuals who share two things: a passion for problem-solving and a commitment to excellence.
Letter From The Founder
The month before my father died, he named me to the board of his foundation. I was only 12 years old. Since then, I’ve dedicated myself to supporting causes that helped the black community and other historically-oppressed peoples. As a professional business journalist, I had a front row seat to observing the growth in income inequality. I saw how those with assets reaped seemingly ever-increasing rewards. And I realized that if my father were a young man today, he would no doubt be working in technology, the growth industry for building wealth in the 21st century. With that notion in mind, I began investigating ways to help minority talent gain access to the tech world. While I discovered a number of programs that addressed the lack of women in the industry, I did not find a sufficient number of resources for young men of color. So after conversations with over 150 professionals in the education, non-profit, philanthropic and technology spaces, All Star Code was born. In honor of my father’s legacy — and everyone else who has fought for equal rights — I created this program to help the next generation of youth catch the next wave of opportunity. I envision All Star Code to be a program that can give young, intelligent, driven men of color access to this exciting and dynamic field.
-Christina Lewis Halpern
ALN Ventures is a platform designed to identify the most promising entrepreneurs in Africa, and to connect them to the power of the African Leadership Network: Africa’s most dynamic group of young influencers. Mentorship, investment, exclusive access to partner services — we’re looking to provide founders with everything they need to accelerate their growth.
Andela is a global talent accelerator that produces world-class developers and connects them with top employers. Andela finds the brightest young people in Africa and gives them the training and mentorship needed to thrive as full-time, remote developers for companies around the world. The company is backed by investors including Steve Case, Omidyar Network, Founder Collective, Rothenberg Ventures, Learn Capital, Melo7 Tech Partners, Chris Hughes and Susa Ventures. Andela has offices in North America and Africa.
Our mission is to give brilliant young people in Africa an on-ramp to the digital economy and give companies access to untapped, world-class talent.