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The Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) is the US Government's signature effort to invest in the next generation of African leaders.
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"You do not need all the money in the world... to be the process of change that you need to be." & share their advice on making a difference in this podcast:
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Koffi from is fighting for gender equity and wants his peers to do the same. As he sees it, "the development of Africa begins with you." Read his story here:
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has impacted over 15k beneficiaries through his therapy programs in and the U.S. Learn more:
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"Over the next ten years I want to work to ensure that everyone has access to quality education." - Kehinde from What will your legacy be? Start by learning something new today:
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YALI Network Sep 17
For Ruaa in , change comes from deep empathy and a true understanding of one another. Discover how she's inspiring young leaders to find this understanding and create a shared vision for their country:
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Happening today! Join 2020 and 2019 Leadership Impact Award winners & for a Live Q&A on Moving Forward Together: Servant Leadership During Crisis. We hope you’ll tune in and join the conversation at 14:00 GMT:
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YALI Network Sep 16
Uboho from sees media literacy as key to raising up the next generation of young leaders in Africa. Find out how she organized a session on the topic here:
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YALI Network Sep 15
With this YALI Network Online Course, you'll learn the role of citizens in the electoral process from the voting process to grassroots organizing to capacity building and citizen advocacy :
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YALI Network Sep 14
"Don't let other people's opinions stop you from pursuing your goals. Don't let what you do control where you're going, let where you're going control what you do." - Elfi from the DRC Read more Network stories here:
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YALI Network Sep 11
Anne from was inspired by the work of her childhood schoolmates to create a platform for women to build and market their handmade products abroad. Read her story here:
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YALI Network Sep 10
With our fifth and final Emotional Intelligence video, it's time to learn how to put your emotional skills to the test and lead with integrity. Watch the video here:
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YALI Network Sep 9
As a child in , Rahwa had a passion for design. Now, she owns her own clothing line that celebrates African designs as a way of embracing the African identity. Learn more about Rahwa's story and designs:
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Congrats to & Frederico P Silva on being named among 's 50 Digital Champions! Learn more and see the full list:
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In this podcast, Eunice Achenda Peter talks about how she is challenging the status quo and breaking down barriers to equal opportunity for women and youth:
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Congrats on being named Young Leader of the Year for the 2020 African Power, Energy & Water Industry Awards. He is the Executive Director of the Nigerian Rural Electrification Agency. Learn more:
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YALI Network Sep 8
Today we're releasing a brand NEW YALI Network Online Course: "Fundamentals of Responsible Leadership for Entrepreneurs." Be one of the first to take this course in English, French, or Portuguese:
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"Our talents are not just for us. We need to share them by training others, we need to use them as a tool to empower others." - Enelless from Hear her story with the podcast:
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Maimouna in founded a children’s recreation center to educate others about the richness of African culture. Read how she's teaching children to become better-informed, better-educated leaders:
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YALI Network Sep 3
A strong professional doesn't just react to situations in the workplace, they respond. In the fourth video of our EQ series, you'll learn how to channel your emotions to help you achieve your goals. Watch the video here:
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In this podcast, Eunice Achenda Peter talks about how she is challenging the status quo and breaking down barriers to equal opportunity for women and youth:
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