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A step-by-step guide to setting up a student venture program

Drawing on lessons from a decade of entrepreneurship education

This book is designed to help educators create an environment where young people can develop entrepreneurial skills through entrepreneurship practice.

The Path to Prosperity: Youth Employment as a Key Driver of Africa’s Development

Africa's future will be largely determined by what we do today – the leaders we invest in, the communities we build, and the ecosystem...

Enabling Young Entrepreneurs: Insights from Ashesi and McGill Research

Faculty members from Ashesi University and McGill University recently shared preliminary research findings on enabling young entrepreneurs. The collaborative research sheds light on strategies...

11 Lessons: Teaching entrepreneurship through deliberate practice

I would advise teachers and schools to make learning more practical, and incorporate activities that push for critical thinking, problem solving, leadership practice, communication, and team work – activities that are so crucial in enhancing the entrepreneurship spirit.

Solomon Kayiwa Mugambe

Co-Founder/Executive Director, Wezesha Impact

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