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How to qualify for Certification

How to qualify for certification
As an entrepreneur or future entrepreneur, qualified or not, you already have everything you need to obtain certification after registering. We offer certifications in entrepreneurial fields for the best business ideas and services. We provide funding to projects carried out by Mansah certified people. All you have to do is follow the registration page, complete our program and get certified.

About us

Given the impact on young businesses caused by the Covid-19 crisis in Africa, the African Union Commission (AUC) and the Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) in collaboration with the African Development Bank (AfDB) and the World Bank (WB) have set up the “AFRICAN LEADER OF TOMORROW” program to give more tools to young African entrepreneurs in order to face current and future challenges depending on the context. An envelope of 3 billion American dollars was thus disbursed to provide financing to young companies and projects that could bring added value to the African economy. the program is intended to be simple to facilitate access to financing, all you need to do is register for the Mansah-Africa program to follow its certified program and submit your project to obtain financing.
Mansah Africa is a program focused on the empowerment of Africa. As a majority of African countries diversify their traditional sources of income, entrepreneurship is increasingly seen as the key to economic growth. So far, entrepreneurship has generated huge profits for entrepreneurs and, according to experts, there is huge untapped potential to lead the African continent into its next phase of development. Unemployment on the continent is also worrying. A 2013 study by the Brookings Institution, a Washington, DC-based think tank, found that African youth (15-24 years old) constitute about 37% of the working-age population. However, the same age group represents around 60% of the unemployed in Africa. “Success breeds success: as many entrepreneurs progress, more join us. Additionally, technological inventions attract entrepreneurs. » “The mentality has changed and many young people now think like employers. Many African governments have created opportunities in terms of financing and market access.


Year 2020

The year when Mansah Africa was founded by a group of young, ambitious Entrepreneurs supported by professionals.





Registered users on our platform. In addition, we have more than 10 000 monthly web page visitors.





Volunteers and contributors from various countries working together.






Mansah National Teams in the Nordics and Africa.

What we do

We bring together and empower young people. We put young people in charge of the transformation we want to see in the world. We connect young people and all key players from the core fields of each ecosystem (Triple-E: Entrepreneurship, Education, and Entertainment) to collaborate and solve local as well as global challenges together through collaborative projects.

Our Approach

Bringing people together, empowering young people, and collaborating to create an unstoppable stream of actions towards the change and transformation we want to see in the world. We are young people from two continents who learn together and work together for a better sustainable future.

Mindset. Connection. Action. Transformation.

Our Story

In the spring of 2020, Mansah Africa kickstarted its series of online matchmaking events connecting young changemakers, entrepreneurs, and industry leaders in Africa and the Nordics. The timing was perfect. People were forced to stay at home due to the pandemic and therefore more people across the two continents could attend. But this was about more than just luck. What is Mansah Africa? Why are we here? What do we aim to do? Learn more, and join us

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What we have accomplished since the 23rd of April 2020:

25 Teams

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+300M Reached


+400 Volunteers

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Our Partners & Members

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“The opportunities in Africa are endless. And I am confident that access to the unique education, entrepreneurship and entertainment experience at Mansah-Africa will add great value in opening up these opportunities for everyone involved. Collaboration between Africans is extremely beneficial for us Africans. Young people create impactful change by working closely together.

— Selam Kebede, Director – Antler Nairobi

“There is a place for ambition in all of us. What is crucial is the action we take about it. The Mansah Africa project is exactly that action needed in these times. The continent of Africa is primed and ready for change. Collaboration and partnerships will play a key role in all of this and Mansah Africa is providing the perfect platform for it. This is just the beginning and posterity will remember these monumental shifts.”

— S.E. Moussa Faki Mahamat, Président de la Commission de l’Union africaine

“Mansah Africa is a wonderful platform for connecting with like-minded people who work to create the best possible start for children. I am certain we all will benefit from the insights, ideas and innovations born through this amazing movement in Education, Entrepreneurship and Entertainment. It is an honor to support the youth in their ambitions and to help rethink and recreate the future of our education.”

Ousmane Diagana

, Regional Vice President for Western and Central Africa – World Bank

“The WB is extremely pleased to partner with Mansah Africa. This is a unique initiative with the potential to drive the transformation of African countries by creating contacts, collaborations and fostering entrepreneurial spirit among young people. As far as we are concerned, we have found that most sales professionals in Africa still do not benefit from customer relationship management systems that could increase their efficiency, help them sell better and significantly develop their business. It’s time to change that and allow local professionals to take advantage of the program’s generous suite of intelligent, easy-to-use marketing and sales management tools.

Victoria Kwakwa

,  Regional Vice President for Eastern and Southern Africa – World Bank

“Mansah Africa is off to a very good start. It’s great to see young entrepreneurs from Africa and those from the diaspora working so closely together to make a difference. And with the tremendous support they receive from African governments and the African Leaders of Tomorrow program, there is no doubt in my mind that the impact of Mansah Africa will be massive across Africa. This is the kind of leadership we need from our young people

Makhtar Diop

, IFC’s Managing Director –
 World Bank

Adesina said Mansah Africa could play a leading role in resolving not only African own challenges but global ones. “While we must deal with bread-and-butter development issues, we must think strategically as we set ourselves on a path to becoming wealthy nations.

— Dr. Akinwumi A. Adesina, African Development Bank Group

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