Jamal Musah, Mandela Washington Fellowship, Class of 2016.

This is how the US Embassy in Ghana put it, and we wouldn’t have it any other way. Jamal is one our favourite people and true Shapers; this recognition is a further attestation to his achievements and commitments. We wish him Godspeed as he grows in his duties to his communities, both in-country and global.

“2016 Mandela Washington Fellow Jamal Musah is the CEO of Amandze Farms Company limited, an agribusiness company which applies conservational agriculture techniques into crop farming and help alleviate poverty by empowering women and youth into agriculture.

He is also the Founding Director of Ghana youth climate coalition, an NGO which has been in existence since 2012 to help mobilize, educate, inspire and empower youth to become agents of change and also advocate on climate change and environmental related issues of concern to promote environmental sustainability in Ghana.

Jamal currently is the Vice Curator of Global Shapers community for Kumasi Hub, an initiative of World Economic Forum to bring together exceptional youths to embark on community development projects in their respect communities.

Jamal believes the Mandela Washington Fellowship will help build his leadership capacity as a young social entrepreneur.”

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