My Story Magazine (2nd Edition)

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Ibrahim Mahama awarded in London, Palace of Westminster -2018 African Achievers’ Award

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This forum is a platform for the meeting of key players from in infrastructure, energy and power sectors. This event attracts policy makers, regulators, fund managers, consultants from all over the world. The Africa Energy Forum (AEF) is the global investment meeting for Africa’s power, energy, infrastructure and industrial sectors. Now in its 20th year, …

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The AIS is an Africa-wide and home grown initiative aimed at harnessing the innovation potential of the continent. It aims to mobilize the people and, especially those with the ‘power to act’, including investors, the people with the ideas, the policy makers, the researchers and academics, the business community, the youth, as well as innovators …

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Organised by the Aid & International Development Forum (AIDF), the Africa Climate Smart Agriculture Summit brings together senior representatives from ministries of agriculture, heads of key agri-related public institutions, UN agencies, agricultural firms, NGOs, farm associations, agriculture research and development institutes, investors, donors and the private sector. In particular directors of agriculture/food security programmes, financing, …

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Jessica Dewhurst is a 24 year old human rights defender and ERI UN Youth Ambassador from South Africa. She volunteered in multiple NGOs while in high school, working with children infected/affected by HIV/Aids, refugee children, and children who have been victims of physical, sexual and emotional abuse. In 2012 she completed the ERI Human Rights …

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Nasir Yammama – Founder of Verdant, is the Winner of the Enterprise Challenge in Nigeria. Nasir is the founder of Verdant, an award winning start-up that provides support to rural farmers in Nigeria. The Verdant app is a farmer’s perfect companion, providing agricultural information, market intelligence and access to finance to give year-round support, from …

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A look around the African continent reveals a growing rate of entrepreneurship. More and more people are beginning to take things into their own hands by setting up companies to solve local and international problems. People have found more innovative ways of doing things and this has led to the reinvention of domestic and international …

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Studies show that the psychological propensities for male and female entrepreneurs are more similar than different. Empirical studies suggest that male entrepreneurs possess strong negotiating skills and consensus-forming abilities. Jesper Sørensen, Professor of Organizational Behavior at Stanford Graduate School of Business, wrote that significant influences on an individual’s decision to become an entrepreneur are workplace …

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“Entrepreneurship is about living a few years of your life like most people won’t, so that you can spend the rest of your life like most people.”  – Unknown Do you ever wonder why your neighbour screams goooooaaaal!!!!!! during a football game while you’re upset because your team has lost? Do you think its fair …

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Millions of people throughout the African continent rely on heat energy for cooking their food and warming their homes. However, the price of crude oil continues to fluctuate and the cost often becomes affordable for the ordinary man. Africans use more than 23 million tonnes of charcoal each year. This enormous coal-producing industry is also …

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