Global Shapers (03:42)
The World Economic Forum occurs each January in Davos, Switzerland. The organization is a network of young people driving dialogue and change. One program educates individuals on digital technology. (Credits)
Trace Academia (03:00)
Olivier Laouchez wants to leverage music channel popularity to encourage online learning. Wizzmedia is building the platform for emerging markets.
Fatoumata Ba's company builds and invests in African technology start-ups. Women have great ideas, innovation, and creativity but struggle to obtain capital.
Ghana Robotics Academy Foundation (03:21)
The academy located in Accra has taught over 7,000 students how to code using Lego robotics. Recent accolades include winning the Robofest with an all-female team. Yaw Okraku-Yirenkyi wants to create problem solvers.
Noella Coursaris outlines the organization's goals of enhancing education and empowering girls in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Investing in youth will transform Africa. Mamadou Toure discusses founding Africa 2.0.
Bee Conservation (04:55)
Zoubeir Emambokus works with undergrad students to create a prototype that measures weight, sound levels, temperature, and humidity; they present the data in real-time to a beekeeper. Improving the agriculture industry can increase the quality of life in Africa.
Credits: Innovate Africa: Part 3 (00:13)
Credits: Innovate Africa: Part 3
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