Announcing the Youth Citizen Entrepreneurship Competition Finalists for 2017
Published on: 05.09.2017
Find out who is on the list of finalists for the Youth Citizen Entrepreneurship Competition 2017
Dear members of the Entrepreneurship Campus,
We are pleased to announce the finalists for the Best Ideas and Best Projects 2017. Twenty entries among 305 submissions are the finalists of this edition of the Youth Citizen Entrepreneurship Competition. We would like to congratulate all the qualifiers to this stage.
A special congratulation goes to every one of our contestants. It was a pleasure to have all your ideas and projects and to see the efforts that you are making for achieving your goals and bringing improvement. We urge you all to continue your journey, take your passion with you, and fulfill your mission.
You are part of a community created by members from over 177 countries. People from all over the world have joined the Entrepreneurship Campus. They have created and strengthened their networks and enriched their entrepreneurial development with each other’s support. Together, you have shared and supported ideas and projects with over 200,000 votes and about 30,300 comments.
It was thanks to your participation and engagement, that we have our 20 shortlisted contestants.
We loved having you.
Keep changing and inspiring the world!
The ten finalists for the Best Ideas 2017 are:
- EDU-CELL by Shuhra/Koofi
- GadaaUniverse[GU] – Gadaa Universe-Fair and Universal Communication System by Firanbek Robele
- NovFeed by Otaigo Elisha
- Healthy Juice Factory by Godfrey Luvanda
- Zero Interest Bank by Ahmed El-Ghamry
- AfricEnergy by Anita Mbah
- Zero hunger is possible, focusing from local community level by Uledi Kimbavala
- Path to Knowledge by Linguraru Andrei-Theodor
- A step to bright future by spreading Awareness among parents about different fields/careers by Sheher Bano
- I Know-SMS system establishment by Katlego Sito
The ten finalists for the Best Projects 2017 are:
- Preventing childhood malaria death in rural Gungu and malaria care international center by Louison Mbombo
- O-YES International Conference by Kemal Abdela
- CCT–Cities Controlling App for Cities Waste Controlling, Crime, Incident and Emergency Reporting by Abdisa Bencha Jara
- S-Home Dev by Ayobami Adedokun
- Automatic cocoa bean separating machine by Ajith Mathew
- Language and Entrepreneurship Capacity Building by Jacmen Kouakou
- BHOGIP the senseperceptive bracelet for people with visual disabilities by Kevin Morales
- Algae Energy Pavilion by Chloe Huang
- Enhancing sustainable youth start-up eco-system in Malawi through a novel financing model by Daniel
- EDUPAY by Emmanuel Douglas Turkson
The panel of judges will select the winners for each of the categories and they will be announced at the Entrepreneurship Summit in Berlin on October 22.
The Youth Citizen Entrepreneurship Competition Team