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Thinking School Africa (TSA) is a Pro-Africa innovation-stimulation platform designed to ignite and increase the capacity of African youths to think, innovate and create breakthrough solutions for Africa. It basically aims to raise 1 million innovators and inventions for Africa.
Thinking School Africa has strategic objectives of;
Triggering interest in the culture of innovations and inventions among the youths.
Female and More event has the purpose of connecting, inspiring and empowering young females to self-believe, think big and pursue their fullest potentials. The objectives are as follows;
Providing basic innovation education and support ecosystem to nurture innovations from youths into business ready ventures.
Leapfrogging job creation, development and prosperity among the next generation. TSA targets African youths aged 15-35 years who are passionate about solving local problems in Africa. Meanwhile the strategic goals consist of;
Raising Africa’s innovation competitiveness to create world class hardware and solutions.
Raising Africa’s competitiveness in world class hardware and solutions creation.
Raising Africa’s competitiveness in the global hardware and hybrid solutions creation market.
Raising Africa’s competitiveness in the hardware and hybrid solutions market globally.
Raising Africa’s competitiveness in the global market of/for hardware and sophisticated solutions.
Registration for Female And More Online Season 2 has started for thousands of females aged 18 and above to participate in the 30 days’ self esteem module and SDG leadership challenge !Click here to apply
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