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Roselyne Mariki is a Chemical and Process Engineer with a strong track record of business leadership, climate change initiatives, and community development in Tanzania. She has founded several successful companies, including coffee estates in Kilimanjaro, Great African Safaris, and Green Growth Ltd, which was awarded ‘the best African Portal’ by UNESCO within a year of …


Rebeca Gyumi

Rebeca Z. Gyumi is a Founder & Executive Director at Msichana Initiative, a Tanzanian NGO which aims to empower a girl child through education, and address key challenges which limit girl’s right to education. She has worked for over 8 years with Femina, a youth focused organisation as a TV personality and youth advocate.

Catherinerose Barretto

Catherinerose Barretto is the Co-Founder of Pamoja Initiatives Ltd and Kinu Group Ltd, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. She is also the Co-Founder of two organisations one focused on Human Capital Development and Recruitment, the other a social enterprise aimed at building capacity within the ICT entrepreneur community in Dar es Salaam. Catherinerose’ experience with recruitment, …

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Wilhelm Caspar Oddo

Wilhelm Caspar Oddo is a Mandela Washington Fellow, Serial Entrepreneur with a passion for education, Children and Youth. In love with Environment, Health & Humanity. He started NLab Innovation Academy (NIA) which is a skills building project intended to bridge the digital divide, eliminate social exclusion, promote independent living, enhance social, educational and employment opportunities …

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Cris Thomas

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