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Transforming the Maasai Community in Kenya

What is impact? You may wonder. We have a perfect example. Impact is when a Maasai senior chief who is in-charge of other 45 chiefs and several group ranches decides to go back to the university and study for a socially transformative MBA. Senior Chief Sereu made the decision 16[…] Read More

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Michael Ohene-Effah: cultivating leaders in Ghana

Michael Ohene-Effah is a brilliant entrepreneur from Ghana, Founder & Chief Inspiration Officer of LeadAfrique International, an enterprise that cultivates leaders among primary-senior high students through structured, classroom-based leadership development programmes called Leadership Farm. “It’s a patient approach to planting seeds of greatness in young people, pruning and taking care of[…] Read More

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E4Impact and UNESCO to Develop Cultural and Education Entrepreneurship in Africa

Paris, 19 February—The Director-General of UNESCO, Irina Bokova, and the President of the E4Impact Foundation, Letizia Moratti, today signed a partnership agreement to develop joint training programmes for entrepreneurs in sub-Saharan Africa that integrate education and culture for sustainable development. The ceremony took place in Paris, at UNESCO’s Headquarters. E4Impact[…] Read More

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MBA Champion Session with Michael Ohene-Effah in Accra

On the 28th of August, 2015, the Catholic Institute of Business and Technology of Accra (Ghana) held the MBA Champion Session with Michael Ohene-Effah, E4impact MBA student class 2013, founder of LeadAfrique International. During the sessione, Michael shared his entrepreneurial history with the audience and told how the E4impact MBA impacted on his[…] Read More

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