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2020 Anzisha Prize Goes to 21-Year-Old Egyptian Entrepreneur

This year, the premier award for Africa's youngest entrepreneurs, the Anzisha Prize, attracted applicants from more than 30 African countries, and across multiple sectors. With a final pool of talented finalists selected from more than 15 African countries, the 2020 Anzisha Prize goes to Alaa Moatamed, a young female entrepreneur whose venture provides business owners with an affordable and convenient delivery service for customers.The Anzisha Prize is a partnership between the African Leadership Academy (ALA) and the Mastercard Foundation. Read more

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Alaa Moatamed, 21, from Egypt. Anzisha Prize Grand Prize Winner. The 2020 Anzisha Prize winners were announced during a virtual gala event hosted on October 27. The Anzisha Prize, a partnership between the African Leadership Academy (ALA) and the Mastercard Foundation, is the premier award for Africa’s youngest entrepreneurs.

Matina Razafimahefa, 22, from Madagascar. 2020 Anzisha Prize, First Runner Up. The 2020 Anzisha Prize winners were announced during a virtual gala event hosted on October 27. The Anzisha Prize, a partnership between the African Leadership Academy (ALA) and the Mastercard Foundation, is the premier award for Africa’s youngest entrepreneurs.

Mohamed Bah, 22, from Sierra Leone is the 2020 Anzisha Prize Second Runner Up. The 2020 Anzisha Prize winners were announced during a virtual gala event hosted on October 27. The Anzisha Prize, a partnership between the African Leadership Academy (ALA) and the Mastercard Foundation, is the premier award for Africa’s youngest entrepreneurs.

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