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The Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) Regional Leadership Center Fellowship Program 2019 for East Africans (Fully Funded to Nairobi, Kenya)

Ana Isabel Paraguay
Posted June 18, 2019 from Brazil
Expired on June 30, 2019
The Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) logo
The Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) logo

The four Regional Leadership Centers (RLCs) in Ghana, Kenya, Senegal, and South Africa to serve as regional hubs across the continent to encourage transformational learning and enhanced leadership skills.
The RLCs are a collaborative effort between the United States Agency for Intl Development (USAID), Each RLC is managed under a public-private partnership.

The YALI Regional Leadership Center East Africa is:
a) located at Kenyatta University in Nairobi, and managed by Deloitte East Africa in collaboration with a growing number of African and international partners
b) more than a location for learning or a venue for collaboration; it represents a philosophy, a forward-leaning culture of diversity that invites dreaming and thinking differently to define and realize one’s potential
c) incorporates 3 main focus areas: personal transformation, leadership transformation, and sector transformation.

Utilize This Offer

Open to young men/women from 18 - 35 yrs old, from 14 East and Central African countries, who are interested in enhancing their futures as leaders in business, the public sector, or civic organizations; fluent in English and able to fully commit to the programme. See: https://www.yalieastafrica.org/

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Jill Langhus
Jun 19
Jun 19

Thanks, Ana. Sounds like a great opp:-)

Kristine Yakhama
Jun 25
Jun 25

Thanks good afternoon

Ana Isabel Paraguay
Jun 25
Jun 25

Welcome.

Ana Isabel Paraguay
Aug 12
Aug 12

Friendly reminders:
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5. Visit the World Pulse website >>> My Pulse >>> Resources and use its filters (right upper corner) to find what really suits you.
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