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Youngstars Foundation is an exciting high performing nonprofit youth organization based in Abuja Nigeria and Accra Ghana. We work with youth in the areas of leadership capacity, democratic governance and entrepreneurship/ innovations. We are constantly thinking outside the box and creating high value youth projects. Do you want to gain world class experience? Job Title:

The CANVASSITY Pan African Youth Democracy Fellowship Institutional Learning Visit to the African Union

Having demonstrated commitment and reasonable advancement in their post-semester one activities, CANVASSITY Pan African fellows from 6 different African countries arrived in Addis Ababa with a lot of expectation for a one-week institutional learning visit to the Headquarters of the African Union in Ethiopia. This is done in partnership with the African Governance Architecture (AGA) Secretariat,


Are you a confident young female? Do you want to mentor and guide other young females to overcome low self-esteem? Do you want to see more of emboldened young females in our society? If yes, here is your chance to join 150 emboldened females who will mentor 3,000 young females to complete a 30 days

The Two Sisters Reviving Ghana’s Chocolate Market with ’57 Chocolate

’57 Chocolate is the pioneer bean to bar chocolate business in Ghana defined by creativity and luxury. This venture uses resources grown within the country to create delicious, whimsical treats. The artisanal chocolate channels Ghana’s Independence Day revolutionary spirit, challenging the neo-colonial sentiment that premium chocolate can only be made in Europe. ’57 is a

Meet the Kenyan Furniture Maker Building the “Ikea” of Africa

Chances are that you have never heard of FunKidz, the Kenyan furniture brand that is set to take on the furniture industry in Africa and the rest of the world. FunKidz manufactures cabinets, desks, baby cots, and bunk beds for kids, targeting a niche market for children’s furniture in Kenya and the rest of Africa.

Bridging gaps in science education: young Ashesi students explore Virtual Reality labs

aIn high school, Contsant Likudie ‘18 studied Science, taking a combination of Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics. However, his first experience in a science laboratory didn’t come until late in his second year. And even on those rare occasions that he and his classmates got to use the labs, the sessions covered were designed only for