YOUNG AFRICAN LEADERS INITIATIVE (YALI – President Obama’s Signature Program)


By: Prince Nwankwo (YALI Ambassador & Green Champion)

Lecturer:  Department of Computer Engineering (Federal Polytechnic, Oko – Anambra state, Nigeria)

CEO: Prince Tech Global Ventures Ltd

Founder: Prince Technology and Community Development Foundation

Prince: One of the Nigerian Representatives in 6th Global Entrepreneurship Submit, Kenya (with President Barack Obama)



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“Africa is on a move! we are building a prestigious network of Young African Leaders who are at the forefront of change and innovation in their respective sectors. We are using YALI as a platform to create new connections and collaborations, geared towards establishing a community of young people who have the desire to achieve great things – Every young African Leaders are encouraged to be part of this movement” – Prince Nwankwo

To be part of this prestigious network of this “GLOBAL” thought leader motivated and inspired to provoke new ideas inspire and actionable result follow the link below to get started:

To learn more about YALI, including how to apply for YALI programs or become a partner, visit: or email us at


The President Obama’s Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) is a signature effort to invest in the next generation of African leaders. Nearly 1 in 3 Africans are between the ages of 10 and 24, and approximately 60 percent of Africa’s total population is below the age of 35. President Obama launched YALI in 2010 to support young African leaders as they spur/spark growth and prosperity, strengthen democratic governance, and enhance peace and security across Africa. Through YALI, the United States is investing in an emerging generation of African leaders by committing significant resources to enhance leadership skills, bolster entrepreneurship, and connect young African leaders with one another, the United States, and innovative leaders in the private, civic, and public sectors. YALI programs such as the Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders, YALI Regional Leadership Centres, and the YALI Network provide interconnected avenues of opportunity for young Africans to grow their leadership skills.

Join the YALI Network (for free) to take advantage of virtual training, tools, and technology:

On-line courses & certificates: The YALI Network platform has created over 13 tailor-made on-line courses on leadership, business and entrepreneurship, civic leadership, and public management featuring U.S. university professors and experts in their fields. The training videos provide tips on everything from creating a business model to developing public-private partnerships, with supplementary guides with discussion questions and developmental actions.

Prince has competed all the eighteen (13) free YALI on-line courses and has earned personalized certificates in Leadership, Business and Entrepreneurship, Civic Leadership, Public Management and Climate change; so what are you waiting for? click on the link below to get started: It is free and you can take the courses on your own pace.  Each lesson offers video, audio and text transcript options – wow!

My  personalized certificates for the thirteen courses are attached herewith:




The Mandela Washington Fellowship Institute courses are adapted from classes and workshops presented by U.S. universities to Fellows. Each course covers a single topic and provides more in-depth instruction.


This five-lesson course examines the key principles of fundraising for non-profit and for-profit endeavors. It provides instruction on how to create and implement strategic fundraising plans, how to design and execute marketing and communication strategies needed for fundraising, and the difference between fundraising for non-profit and for-profit organizations.



This four-lesson course explains Design Driven Entrepreneurship, a planning process that involves identifying, creating, testing, and implementing marketable solutions for challenges facing people and communities. This course covers the origins of human-centered design theory, the process and tools needed to design and maintain a human-centered business, and best practices for developing and testing products.



Servant Leadership, a philosophy and set of practices meant to create a more just and caring world, has changed the way many people view their roles in professional organizations and government leadership. This course will go over the origins and principles of servant leadership, a comparative review of other key leadership styles, the benefits and criticisms of servant leadership, and how to become a servant leader.





Temperatures are rising, weather is becoming more extreme and less predictable, and drought is an increasing danger for communities from California to the Sahel. For many around the globe, dire predictions and warnings have been how citizens have learned about the dangers of climate change. In this course, the focus is on the science of how climate change occurs, the impact on the environment and human development, and practical and innovative solutions to address the causes of climate change while meeting the needs of the world.




 5. Fundamentals of Starting and Running a Business:

This course explains critical aspects of entrepreneurship, from the process of developing a business, to how to identify and expand in the marketplace, and how to pitch to new investors.


6. Fundamentals of Business Expansion:

Growth is one of the biggest challenges for most businesses. Learn how to raise capital and realize growth by using your business model to assess new markets and potential dates for expansion.




7. Management Strategies for People and Resources 

This course outlines the essential skills required in leading individuals and organizations, whether it is solving problems, creating the optimal team, or maneuvering through difficult situations in management.



Learn different ways you can develop your business, organization and personal skills.



Brush up on best practices in developing a collaborative work environment, including identifying key priorities, developing staff competencies and ensuring a diverse and effective workforce.





This course examines key aspects in developing nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) including the importance of partnerships with the private sector and government, how to determine if a social enterprise identifies and meets the needs of the community, and how to effectively advocate for youth.



Grassroots campaigns and volunteers are essential to the success of most nongovernmental organizations involved in community development. Learn how to inspire and engage volunteers to be proactive in their communities and organize grassroots campaigns.





Public-private partnerships are often the most effective and efficient means to resolving major societal challenges that are too big for one group or entity alone. Learn how to initiate, implement, and evaluate a public-private partnership.



Becoming a strong and effective public servant is not easy. This course will discuss ways to uphold transparency and objectivity while being adept at communicating with the public.



Learn how you can participate in #YALILEARNS using the link below:

For the past twelve years, Prince Tech. Foundation has focused on empowering over 25, 000 Nigerians; youths, artisans, entrepreneurs, science scholars, and physical challenged persons with life changing projects and skills that let them discover their own potential and and make a difference in their communities; while tackling long-term unemployment, and other big challenges of the world.

Contact Prince Nwankwo on:

Phone: +2348063572001.

E – mail:



The journey remains forward!


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