Making Africa work
Making Africa Work is a government funded programme aiming to create jobs in five African countries: Ghana, Kenya, Morocco, Rwanda and Sierra Leone. We pair-up (diaspora) entrepreneurs living in The Netherlands with a partner in Ghana, Kenya, Morocco, Rwanda or Sierra Leone. The goal is to develop 40 business plans by 2018.
the concluding event of Making Africa Work
The mood, if not festive, was one of excitement. MAW’s concluding event in a former Amsterdam warehouse saw five business plans awarded outsized 1,000 euro cheques.And if that wasn’t enough, the winner among the five received an additional cheque for 2,000 euros….
Sierra Leone is one of the poorest countries in the world and struggling with many challenges. Plastic pollution is one of them. Plastic waste contributes to regular flooding, causing the outbreak of water-borne disease and damaging buildings and the infrastructure.Read more
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fishing communities along the republic’s coastline are struggling with water pollution and deteriorating fishing conditions, due in part to the aquatic plant’s rampant growth. Blue Harvest saw...
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