The third session of LEAD Campus was held in Paris from 5 to 10 September 2016. It aims to develop skills and to meet the economic elite of Africa.
The first class of 25 students consists of SME creators, those responsible for economic programmes for the state and multinational executives.
Felix Mwenge (Zambia) is a Multichoice Scholarship holder and was part of the MPhil in Development Policy and Practice 2014 pioneer class. Multichoice did an interviewed with Felix on the benefits of the scholarship and the success of his studies.
The Leading in Public Life Young African Leaders Programme has brought together 48 emerging leaders from eight African countries for a two week residential leadership intervention in Cape Town. As part of building the alumni network and broadening the conversation, 2015 and 2016 alumni from Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe were invited to write up original “case studies” related to the work they are currently engaged in around the current Building Bridges theme of Governance Activism for Inclusive Democratic Development.
A high-level business leadership programme between four leading institutions is working with African managers and business leaders to find solutions to the challenges facing the continent.