Winners of the IREN Kenya Intra – Africa Student Exchange Program left for Harare Zimbabwe on 3rd November to be trained by BOOST Fellowship on entrepreneurship and business leadership.The program, will run for two weeks.
While seeing them off at the airport, IREN Kenya Director, James Shikwati said, “It is very important that young people take advantage of the tripartite agreement that was signed recently by 26 African countries creating a one Free-trade area to travel and get to know the continent better because they are the future business leaders of Africa.”
The three winners, are students from Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania. The powerful two-week intra-Africa Business and Entrepreneurship Program is meant to build out of the students powerful leaders and possibility-oriented business-minded Africans. The participants are students with a desire for self-development, passion for community development and strong leadership drive. This is the first phase, which will focus on East Africa and Zimbabwe.