Mr. Wandji is a great example of a go getter. As a 2014 Mandela Washington Fellow in President Barack Obama's Young African Leadership Initiative (YALI), a 2014 Yale World Fellow, Mr. Wandji has made it his job to provide work opportunities for young Cameroonians coming out of university. With the motto of "transforming our problems into opportunities", The University of Buea graduate spearheaded 1Task1Job. He is also the co-founder of solutionners.com. We love what Mr. Wandji is doing and can't wait to see what changes he will make in Cameroon. For more information on him, you can follow him on twitter.
Mr. Nteff recently recieved the Queen's Young leader award putting Cameroon on the map. Also an Anzisha fellow, the World Economic Forum Global shaker and Forbes 30 under 30 Africans, Alain Nteff is showing us that, it is possible to make it as young man growing up in Cameroon. Mr Nteff's Giftedmom is "creating a world free of Maternal & Infant deaths (a world of GiftedMoms), using last mile mobile health solutions". We look forward to the many inventions Alain has installed for us. In the meantime, you can keep up with him on twitter.
Mr. Ngan is redefining natural beauty in Cameroon. With a few thousand Euros and a background in Finance, Mr. Ngan decided to relocate to his home country Cameroon, from France to embark on the journey of building his beauty empire. MadlynCazalis will eventually become a household name in Cameroon due to its natural products. You can get more information on the company here and follow Mr Ngan on twitter.
Lesley Ndzi is making waves in Buea, Cameroon with his Bonga juice bars. With different varieties of flavors including: guava, kasi-mango, sour-sop, etc, he is sure to keep your taste buds buzzing. The University of Buea graduate is taking advantage of opportunities given to him. He just started and we can't wait to see the progress of Bonga juice. If you are in Buea, be sure to grab one and support a young entrepreneur.
As a financial analyst in one of the top companies in France, Mr Morio decided to relocate back to Cameroon to start his Management consulting firm. An avid supporter of Cameroonian entrepreneurs, Mr. Morio is definitely one to look out for. Stay up to date with him through his twitter page where he constantly updates on business and social thing happening in Cameroon.
A software engineer as well as entrepreneur, Mr. Nanje is showing us the power of technology in Cameroon. One of the popular names in Buea's own Sillicon Mountain, Nanje has paved the way for youths to challenge their inner techie. He has been featured in magazines globally for his hardwork and dedication to his platform Njorku. Njorku helps professionals with job search throughout Africa. Thumbs up to Mr. Nanje and we can't wait to see him fly. You can follow him on twitter and catch him blogging here.
With heart diseases rising in many low-income nations, Mr. Zang took it upon himself to invent a life saving cardio pad, that enables heart examinations to be performed in remote locations. Mr. Zang has received several recognitions for his work including the 2014 young laureate with Rolex, being featured on Forbes as one of Africa's young innovators, as well as receiving the special innovation award from President Paul Biya, Mr Zang is the epitome of hardwork and determination pays off. The graduate of the National Advanced School of Engineering in Yaounde is paving the way for young boys and girls that it is possible to make it with an education from Cameroon. We look forward to more of his work.
Mr. Fomundam is paving the way to make farming a profitable venture in West Africa. He is also one of the young Cameroonians who decided to move back home to tap into the multiple opportunities available. He has worked on several projects including Jola Venture and Youth Action Africa. With a Masters of Science in Technological Entrepreneurship from Northeastern university, Mr. Fomundam currently lectures at the Bamenda University of Science and Technology, while running his companies. He is definitely driven, hardworking and determined to make things happen. We look forward to seeing more from him. In the meantime, visit Greenhouse Venture's facebook page for more info.
With a name like Madiba, it's only right to add him to the list. As co-founder of Madia group, this graduate of computer science from the University of Yaounde 1 is determined to bring African cultures and traditions into video games. With some friends, they are paving the way for the video game industry in Central Africa. We are excited to see what Mr. Olivier has planned for us. You can follow him on twitter and visit the gaming site for more info.
Mr. Iyodi is currenlty the president of the Cameroon Youth Synergy. A think and act thank that prides in bringing young Cameroonians, age 15-35 together, towards the emergence of a new Cameroon that will achieve prosperity, yet retain its rich history and culture. While heading this association, Mr Iyodi works as an auditor in oil and gas for the Cameroon Audit Council. This graduate from the Univeristy of Laval Canada as well as author of Mes reves des jeunes... Le Cameroun pour les 50 prochaines annees sees a bright future for Cameroon and is currently working towards it. We can't wait to see the changes he implements in his country.
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