Acheiver: The JA Africa Blog

February 22, 2016

My journey to Gabon for the Regional Competition: Noel Bonga -JA Kenya

I was a member of the team representing Kenya in the 2014 regional mini-enterprise competition, held in Gabon. The journey to Libreville began on the 31st […]
January 25, 2016

JA & GE Build Student Capabilities in Engineering!

JA in partnership with General Electric (GE) Africa , embarked on a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Challenge with a focus on Engineering and its application, on […]
December 29, 2015

JA Africa announces New President and CEO Elizabeth Bintliff

Accra, Ghana -December 29, 2015 –         Junior Achievement (JA) Africa, a global youth-focused organization is pleased to announce the appointment of Elizabeth Elango […]
December 9, 2015

JA Africa Annual Competition crowns winners in Gabon

Econo-Vative Productions, The Dynamites and Best Start Win Big!      Due to the Ebola crisis in 2014,  we were unable to hold the 2014 Regional competition last […]
September 15, 2014

Turning Trash to Treasure

In a small room  in Libreville, Gabon, three partners, after four weeks of JA ITS TYME training, came together and decided to start a business recycling […]
June 15, 2014

Converting Biking into Energy

Five friends: Odongo Solomon, Oculi Emmanuel, Kasule Nasser, Epoku Emmanuel and Neema Dumo are joint founders of Smajtech Company and attend Uganda’s Seroma Christian High School. The […]
February 15, 2014

Unorthodox ToothPaste

Apex Limited, an enterprise created through JA’s Company Program, stretched their imagination when they developed Apex Tooth Gel. They started with market research in Rusape, a rural […]
December 7, 2013

Junior Achievement Africa® Hosts 3rd Annual Regional JA Company of the Year Competition

                    Student Company receives regional title out of group of 10 finalists Ezulwini, Swaziland – On December […]
May 14, 2013

JA Leads Angel to Profits

Angel Ngambi started his domestic electric equipment and installation business with his stepfather and K1,200 in start up funds. Initially the business was profitable and they […]
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