35 young changemakers from Africa and the diaspora hailing from 24 countries made it to the list of the Africa 35.35 Awards celebrating African youth and afro-diaspora excellence.
The Africa 35.35 Awards have announced the 35 under 35 most inspiring young personalities in Africa. It is a prestigious list of 35 young personalities aged 18 to 35 who stand out in Africa and around the world.
Selected from more than 500 applicants, these young people living in Africa and in the Diaspora are credited with exceptional achievements in their communities.
We are extremely proud to say that one of the winners is Dr Toluwalase Awoyemi, a Rhodes scholar, DPhil student at the Nuffield Department of Women's Reproductive Health, University of Oxford and co-founder of The Ganglion Initiative. This social enterprise aims to improve college admission services and career counseling really early, engaging students in public high schools across Nigeria. It organizes free webinars for admission to foreign scholarships with a fairly remarkable total audience of 2,221 people in the first two editions.The full story is available on the Nuffield Department of Women's & Reproductive Health website