Who the Conference Benefits
THE AFRICAVE FELLOWS
ARINOLA OMISORE KAWTHAR
Omisore Kawthar studies law at the University of Ibadan. Her passion for global citizenship education led her to joining One African Child, a foundation for qualitative learning where she contributes to efforts to provide education to children.
A student of agricultural economics at Sokoine University of Agriculture in Tanzania, David has an ambition to modernize the agricultural landscape in East Africa by leveraging on technology to ensure that a large number of East African farmers are able to access the global agricultural market.
Aishah Ojibara is a third-year student of the University of Ilorin, currently studying health education. She created the Mental Awareness Group (M.A.G), an organization which spreads awareness about mental illnesses to erase harmful stereotypes about mental health among students.
THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN IN RADIO AND TELEVISION (KENYA)
The Kenyan chapter of IAWRT will raise funds for its 2020 University Students Mentorship program, a 7-month initiative that guides young women through training on media careers and using their professional roles to advance women’s issues in Africa.