Anagho Emmanuel Anyangwe, Strengthening The Capacity Of Female University Drop Outs In Yaounde Cameroon

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Strengthening The Capacity Of Female University Drop Outs In Yaounde Cameroon is an initiative of Anagho Emmanuel (organizer of Netsquared Yaoundé) in collaboration with Abel Misodi (CEO of hope foundation), and other volunteers. The project goal is to help women who have been forced to drop out of Cameroonian universities [...]

Paul Hyoungsang Shin, Space Enterprise at Berkeley (SEB)

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Paul H. Shin and Victor M. Garza are the founders of Space Enterprise at Berkeley (SEB). They started SEB because they noticed the UC Berkeley has a large population of students, not just in the sciences and engineering, who are very interested in space but have no clear the way [...]

Jamilah Nafula Meso, Feed The Soil to Improve Production Project

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Nitrogen is a vital constituent of protein and protoplasm in plants and thus its reserves in the soil must be regularly replenished in order to maintain crop production. Jamilah Nafula Meso is based out of Mungore, Kenya and is helping farmers practice sustainable soil fertility management by adopting eco-friendly, farm [...]

Nikhil Sharma and FLASTEM team

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The efforts to close the diversity gaps in education and workforce seems to not be working as recent statistics shows that only 1% Hispanic women are working in computing jobs. In Saint Petersburg, Florida, Nikhil Sharma and fellow high school students have established FLASTEM, with support from Pinellas County Schools [...]

Byamukama Lawring Brian, Mbale Youth ICT Center

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441,300 people reside in Mbale, Uganda and according to a 2012 census, 75% of the population are youth, 70% of youth fail to complete their education and more than 90% are computer illiterate. Byamukama Lawring Brian is providing free, computer basics training to youth through his project, Mbale Youth ICT [...]

Simon Ndirangu Mwangi, UReady Employability Program

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In next decade over 1 billion young people will enter the job market. Among them are East African graduates, with over 50% classified as being "half-baked", who the Inter-University Council of East Africa identifies as being not ready for the employment market. Simon Ndirangu Mwangi has established the UReady Employability [...]

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