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PRESENTED BY @LIZNGONZI AT UNICEF29 MAY, 2013AFRICA’S CHILDREN: FUTURE LEADERS OFINNOVATION IN THE POST 2015 WORLD
LIZ NGONZI• ENTREPRENEUR-IN-RESIDENCE,CORNELL UNIVERSITY• FOUNDER / CEO, AMAZING TASTE, LLC• JUDGE, 2012 APPS4AFRICA BUSIN...
SUPPORT NEEDED BY AFRICAN CHILDREN:PRACTICAL LEARNING EDUCATIONAL MODELS
SUPPORT NEEDED BY AFRICAN CHILDREN:LEADERSHIP SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
SUPPORT NEEDED BY AFRICAN CHILDREN:MENTORSHIP PROGRAMS
ONE KEY TAKEAWAY:AFRICA NEEDS CONTINENT-WIDE RE-BRANDING
ONE KEY TAKEAWAY:AFRICA NEEDS CONTINENT-WIDE RE-BRANDING
CONTENT: SOURCE:Photo of Ugandan “Girls Coders” atKyambogo College School:https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=43219332...
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UNICEF Presentation: Africa's Children Future Leaders in the Post 2015 World

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Presented during UNICEF's May 29th event entitled, Africa's Children: Future Leaders of Innovation in the Post 2015 World. Audience members included UN Missions from Africa, Asia, Europe and the Middle East; UN Agencies including UNDP, UNFPA, ITU and the ECOSOC coordination office, UN DESA; private sector representatives; and those from academia.

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  1. 1. PRESENTED BY @LIZNGONZI AT UNICEF29 MAY, 2013AFRICA’S CHILDREN: FUTURE LEADERS OFINNOVATION IN THE POST 2015 WORLD
  2. 2. LIZ NGONZI• ENTREPRENEUR-IN-RESIDENCE,CORNELL UNIVERSITY• FOUNDER / CEO, AMAZING TASTE, LLC• JUDGE, 2012 APPS4AFRICA BUSINESSCHALLENGE• JUDGE, 2013 SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY RVDIDEAS BUSINESS CHALLENGE• MENTOR TO MANY
  3. 3. SUPPORT NEEDED BY AFRICAN CHILDREN:PRACTICAL LEARNING EDUCATIONAL MODELS
  4. 4. SUPPORT NEEDED BY AFRICAN CHILDREN:LEADERSHIP SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
  5. 5. SUPPORT NEEDED BY AFRICAN CHILDREN:MENTORSHIP PROGRAMS
  6. 6. ONE KEY TAKEAWAY:AFRICA NEEDS CONTINENT-WIDE RE-BRANDING
  7. 7. ONE KEY TAKEAWAY:AFRICA NEEDS CONTINENT-WIDE RE-BRANDING
  8. 8. CONTENT: SOURCE:Photo of Ugandan “Girls Coders” atKyambogo College School:https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=432193323543160&set=pb.148662568562905.-2207520000.1369759071.&type=3&theaterPhoto of Liz Ngonzi with Cornell UniversityStudents and Faculty Member:Liz NgonziPhoto of Liz Ngonzi with Cornell UniversityLFDS Students:Liz NgonziAfrican Leadership Academy HomepageScreen Shot:http://www.africanleadershipacademy.org/Pan African Leadership FoundationHomepage Screen Shot:http://panafricanleadershipfoundation.org/Women in Technology (WITU) HomepageScreen Shot:http://witug.org/Screen Shot of Bing.com “African Child”Search Results:http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=african%20child&FORM=HDRSC2Screenshot of Bing.com “American Child”Search Resultshttp://www.bing.com/images/search?q=american+child&go=&qs=n&form=QBIR&pq=american+child&sc=7-13&sp=-1&sk=

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