The Youth4Policy Programme 2020 (For Emerging Public Policy Leaders)

Are you keen to pursue rigorous high-quality research through a structured public policy training, mentorship and professional development programme? Do you want to join a growing network of emerging young public policy leaders? Then Youth4Policy is for you! The Youth4Policy Programme The “Youth4Policy” is an initiative of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) to enhance youth participation in

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The Young Professionals Program 2020

Do you have passion and commitment to the development of Africa? A commitment to engage in crucial issues in Africa’s development? Do you wish to make a difference, be part of something bigger than yourself and explore your leadership potential? Join the African Development Bank’s Young Professionals Program for 2020. Established in 1964, the African

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The Creative Hubs Academy Programme

The British Council, Hivos and Nesta are collaborating to launch Creative Hubs Academy in East Africa, a new learning programme for leaders of creative hubs that serve communities in the fields of creative, digital and social innovation. Creative hubs are physical or virtual spaces for creative and social entrepreneurs to connect and support one another

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The MILEAD Fellows Program 2019 (For Young African Women Leaders)

Moremi Initiative for Women’s Leadership in Africa invites applications from exceptional emerging African women leaders for the MILEAD (Moremi Initiative Leadership Empowerment and Development) Fellows Program 2019 – to identify Africa’s most promising women leaders. Moremi Initiative for Women’s Leadership in Africa is a non-profit organization that operates throughout Africa. To achieve its mission, Moremi

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2018 Ashinaga Africa Initiative Leadership Program for Young Orphans

The Ashinaga Africa Initiative began in 2014. Its mission is to contribute to Sub-Saharan Africa’s expanding role in global development through increased access to higher education abroad. All of their students have one shared, distinguishing feature: they have all experienced the psychological pain and economic hardship of being orphaned. Ashinaga Africa Initiative believes that this

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