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Welcome to our Research & Publications section. We hope you find the resources here useful as a collection of the very best in very young entrepreneur education and acceleration for both senior secondary and early tertiary phases.

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Lessons from Alain Nteff: Identifying the right users before scaling

Learn how to identify the right users and thus ensure an enterprise’s long term sustainability.

Creating 21st Century Entrepreneurial Leaders

This paper authored by former faculty member Ryan Findley provides a strong history and evolution of Entrepreneurial Leadership.

ALG Entrepreneurship Education Case Study for World Economic Forum

A 10-year retrospective of our work and thinking across the African Leadership group.

BUILD-in-a-Box: A Replicable Model for Youth-Led Learning

Download this report to gain insight on the advantages of youth-led learning and how you could replicate the approach within your organization.

Anzisha Youth Entrepreneurship Survey 2016

Download this report to gain insights on the realities facing young entrepreneurs in Africa.

BUILD-in-a-Box Facilitator Guide

This facilitator’s guide is a step by step guide on how ALA students and other interesting parties and stakeholders could run their own Entrepreneurial Leadership camps.

How We Have Measured the Anzisha Program

This report outlines the tools and strategies the Anzisha Prize has implemented.

Parenting the Boss: Insights From Those in the Know

A book is designed for families seeking guidance about how to cultivate their children’s entrepreneurial aspirations.

Judge Better Volume 1

Organizing Entrepreneurship Competitions that Optimize Learning

Unlocking Africa's Hidden Job Creators

Lessons from ten years of supporting transitions from education to entrepreneurship in Africa.

Think Like A Parent: Act like a Coach

A practical guide responding to common parental concerns about entrepreneurship.