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Geofrey Julius is Creating a Competitive Education and Entrepreneurship Environment in Tanzania

In Africa, Africa Innovators and Influencers, Education, Publisher Channel by Mary Kurek

Geofrey Julius is a young entrepreneur and dedicated solution provider when it comes to education that brings the best opportunities to youth. As the Chairman and CEO of ICESA-AFRICA headquartered in Tanzania, Geofrey Julius aims to build leaders with skills and experiences that matter in upper-level business settings. Through a combination of training, conference events, and programs, ICESA-AFRICA is bringing …

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Susanne Wilson of Water to Thrive Partners with Local NGOs to Make Clean Water Accessible in Africa

In Africa, Publisher Channel, Water and Sanitation by Mary Kurek

United Nations Sustainable Development Goals – Goal #6 is all about Clean Water and Sanitation. Susanne Wilson is the Executive Director of Water to Thrive whose mission is just that – to bring clean water and the facilities to distribute the water to those areas of Africa in most need. Susanne Wilson started her trek toward this type of impact …

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Arafat Lesheve Proves Youth Are Making a Difference in Tanzania

In Africa, Africa Innovators and Influencers, African Influence, Education, Employment, Empowerment, Publisher Channel, Youth by Mary Kurek

Arafat Lesheve is one of the most accomplished young people you’ll meet. In his early 20s, Arafat has created more opportunities for youth in Tanzania than anyone would believe. This 25-year-old, already an independent consultant, is serving a title under the Prime Minister’s Office, is a nonprofit founder, and an awarded young visionary. Oh, and he’s already on the path …

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Godfrey Chacha Works to Prepare Youth for Success in Tanzania

In Africa, Africa Innovators and Influencers, Publisher Channel, Youth by Mary Kurek

Godfrey Chacha is a Youth Development Specialist at the Prime Minister’s Office in the United Republic of Tanzania. His work focuses on programs that will assist the up-and-coming workforce in the country. The programs develop opportunities, build leadership skills, scholarship education for those that need assistance, provide volunteer opportunities, and empower youth with self-advocacy.  Chacha informs that the voices of …

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Development work with Rawan Taha

In Fill Your Mind With Namara by ihelmadmin

Development work is what keeps the world going.  Organisations that deal with development work assist people who need help. These organisations are very important. And, I managed to talk to a person who has worked in the field.  Rawan Taha has shown us so many important things about running an organisation and how much fulfillment results from working with people …

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Fill Your Mind with Namara: Meet Nancy Lazaro, UNSDG Advocate and Writer From Tanzania

In Africa, Africa Innovators and Influencers, Fill Your Mind With Namara by Mary Kurek

“Passions,” a word I would relate to extreme contentment in one’s tasks, is a direction towards your God-given purpose on this earth.  Negativity blocks the work that the passion would’ve done. So many of us have passions within us that the world shuns out and calls useless.  Making your passion a reality creates a life that is characterized by joy. …

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Fill Your Mind with Namara: What’s So Good About That?

In Africa Innovators and Influencers, Fill Your Mind With Namara by Mary Kurek

Namara Lwansa is a young student from Tanzania whose speaking and writing talents have already started carving a leadership path for her in areas of Africa.  The youngest Frontrunners League member is now the first African blogger in the new section of this magazine dedicated to African Influencers and Innovators.  Fill Your Mind is Namara’s contribution in blog form, often accompanied by video interviews …

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Fill Your Mind With Namara: Human Trafficking Interview with Survivor Francisca Mbuli

In Africa, Africa Innovators and Influencers, Fill Your Mind With Namara by Mary Kurek

Modern slavery:  it exists, and that isn’t the only problem, a lot of us don’t know it…and that’s why I’m here.  We will learn about it together. Now, many of us would be surprised by the fact that slavery still exists, especially after having an entire topic in our history classes dedicated to how it was abolished. But unfortunately, it …

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After 2020 – A Poem By a Young African Influencer and Empowerment Advocate

In Africa Innovators and Influencers, Fill Your Mind With Namara by Mary KurekLeave a Comment

Namara Lwansa is the youngest member of The Frontrunners League (global group of influencers, innovators, and advocates).  An up-and-coming leader in Tanzania, Namara works hard at her studies and studies hard at what is becoming her “work.”  Better said…her “impact.”  Namara is the first young blogger to have her own spot here within Frontrunners Innovate.  We hope you will encourage …

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Empowerment By Namara Lwansa of Tanzania

In Features24 by Mary KurekLeave a Comment

By:  Namara Lwansa  (Featured Photo is Namara interviewing Miss Nankondo Mnyone) When you were a kid left at home in charge of your siblings, what was your initial reaction? What did you feel? Or when your boss at work gave you an important office assignment to take control over, what ran through your mind? I bet you felt empowered.  According …