Anzisha Prize Program - Developing Entrepreneurship Into a Career

The Anzisha Prize Program, a partnership between the African Leadership Academy and the Mastercard Foundation wants to "fundamentally and significantly" increase the number of very young job generative entrepreneurs in Africa. In Cape Town, they held the first of five Very Young Entrepreneur Education & Acceleration Summits planned for African cities, where investors, policy makers and entrepreneurs discuss opportunities and challenges in investing in very young entrepreneurs.

Kondwani G. Banda is a 2018 Anzisha Prize fellow and the founder of Afford-a-baby,

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Josh Adler, Executive director of Anzisha Prize addressing guests at the Anzisha Prize's Very Young Entrepreneur Education & Acceleration Summit in Cape Town.

From left, Anzisha fellows Godiragetse Mogajane, Amanda Jojo, Faustino Quissico and Didi Onwu, the Communications Associate for the Anzisha Prize at the Anzisha Prize's Very Young Entrepreneur Education & Acceleration Summit in Cape Town.

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