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The HALI Access Network is an association of organizations in Africa that work with high-achieving, low-income (HALI) students to access higher education opportunities.

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GIRLIGNITE Africa Academy is a registered Non-Profit Company that runs “BEYOND THE CLASSROOM”, a 21st century empowerment programme that teaches Servant Leadership, Entrepreneurship and Maths to high school girls from low income communities in Johannesburg. Founded in 2013/4 by social entrepreneur Ms LeratoMotsamai, thier mission seeks to enhance the economic productivity of the African girl child by improving her business, academic and life skills.

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Education Matters matches talent with opportunity. We believe that youth hold the keys to the future, and we are here to help motivated students realize their dreams through education.

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The event is a solely student-led initiative that convenes ~500 delegates and ~60 speakers on an annual basis. The upcoming conference will take place on 20 and 21 May 2016 and the theme will be "Challenging Narratives: Governance, Youth Leadership, and Business in Africa". It is aimed at providing a vibrant platform for new thinking about an international Africa across all disciplines – politics, business, arts, technology and academia – connecting inter-generational leaders from around the world to shape an integrated and innovative perspective on African issues.

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Established in 2014, the vision behind Muzinda Hub was to catalyse youth job creation within Zimbabwe by providing young adults access to IT programming and digital skills training.The hope was that these newly acquired skills would make these individuals more marketable for employment, inspire them to develop their own websites & mobile applications, as well as empower them to provide these services as a means to earn income as a freelancer.

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How can we reinvent leadership in Africa with women and youth to ensure we meet Agenda 2063?
This is one of the many questions the first edition of New African Woman Forum hopes to address by bringing together leaders from business, academia and civil society, as well as key decision makers from the public and private sectors. Our aim is to find innovative solutions and strategies to enable a sustainable transformative growth in Africa.

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