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Adamstart To Support Young Nigerian, African Entrepreneurs With $5m

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Sani Ibrahim
Abubakar Tafawa Balewa,University
Agricultural economics and extension
100Level, Nigeria.
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Investments in Nigeria and other African nations might be
boosted as a global non-profit programme, AdamStart, has
concluded plans to support sustainable youth-led businesses
with $5 million.
The organisation founded by social entrepreneur and Queen’s
Young Leader, Adam Bradford, disclosed that today,
September 16, 2020, is its founder’s 28th birthday.
The initiative which was started 10 years ago in London,
United Kingdom, has already impacted positively on several
youth impact programmes in Africa, especially during the
Coronavirus pandemic.
“It will also go a long way towards supporting AdamStart’s
existing programmes, which support youths voice and young
peoples’ development across the globe.”
Continuing, it stated: “The programme recently named Ritika
Singhal, 15, from India, as its Teen COVINATOR winner.
Singhal runs an education programme to increase education of
young people during the Covid-19 pandemic.
“Her initiative has been supported following the highly
successful cohort of COVID innovation prize-winners, which
include, Juliet Namujju and Patrick Sseremba from Uganda.
The programme is well known for supporting start-up young
entrepreneurs whose ideas make a difference.
“Adam Bradford, its founder is one of the Queen’s Young
Leaders and a former advisor to the Queen’s Commonwealth
Trust. He is also a One Young World ambassador and a fellow
of the Royal Commonwealth Society and Royal Society of Arts.
“Today, on the announcement of the programme’s next steps,
he set out his greater vision: ‘We will partner with some of the
most progressive change-makers across the world, majorly in
Africa, to bring about sustainable solutions to problems
exacerbated by the Coronavirus pandemic.”
It added: “We have always been here for a change and that is
what we will diligently pursue in our latest quest to empower
young minds across the world. Those interested in finding out
more about the programme can visit www.adamstart.com.”

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