1,000 young African leaders will gather in Washington for the third annual YALI Mandela Washington Fellowship. The main attraction will be President Obama.
Jean Bosco Nzeyimana was only 19 when he began using biomass and waste to develop eco-friendly fuels. His innovation led to a meeting with President Obama.
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Moses Mwansa, a community leader of Kitwe, strives for more than peaceful and fair elections; he aims for active dialogue between leaders and citizens.
The YALI Network connects more than 230,000 young leaders in sub-Saharan Africa. Join and help women and girls in Africa realize their full potential.
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During a 2015 visit to Cambodia, first lady Michelle Obama urged female students to finish their education and become role models in their communities.
The YALI Network began a campaign among young Africans that bridged online enthusiasm and real-world action on how climate change affects their communities.
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