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AYA reveals shortlist for 2020 awards

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The African Youth Architects, AYA, has shortlisted 30 youths across 20 African countries for the second edition of this year’s continental awards.
Two young Gambians made the final shortlist; Fatoumatta L Kassama and Ebrima Jarra.

African Youth Architects identifies the need to design Young African Leaders Awards in 2019 to honour and appreciate the exemplary achievements and contributions that young people have made across Africa.

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Young African Leaders Awards is the most prestigious award program that celebrates the best of the best in Sustainable Development Goals & Agenda 2063 of the African Union.
The proceeds from the event will go towards our charity initiatives, primarily with regard to education. For more information on the event please visit our website at https://africanyoutharchitects.org/about-yalawards
African Youth Architects received over 360 nominations from across Africa for the Young African Leaders Awards 2020! #YALAWARDS2020
Our expert panel of judges shortlisted Top 30 out of 360 nominations received.
Our Top 30 are from 20 countries:
· Mauritius
· Botswana
· Nigeria
· Tunisia
· Senegal
· The Gambia
· Egypt
· Sudan
· South Sudan
· Madagascar
· Kenya
· Guinea
· Democratic Republic of Congo
· Republic of Congo
· Libya
· Ethiopia
· Liberia
· Sierra Leone
· Uganda

CATEGORIES
· NELSON MANDELA HUMANITARIAN AWARD
· YOUNG WOMEN OF INNOVATION AND LEADERSHIP AWARD
· KWAME NKRUMAH VISIONARY LEADERSHIP AWARD
· FIRST-GENERATIONENTREPRENEUR
· MODEL AFRICAN DIASPORA AWARD
· UNIVERSAL PEACE AWARD
· HEALTHY AFRICA AWARD
· EDUCATION STAR AWARD
· ART AND CULTURE AWARD
· GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT AWARD
· AWARD OF EXCELLENCE
· ICON AWARD

For participation as a host, sponsor, partner, speaker, contact: African Youth Architects, Email: [email protected]

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