Allan shared with us his success story on how he has managed to access the German market with organic coffee from Tanzania.
Having grown up in an environment with challenges in security, Linda Ochwanda saw the need to design a technology which will solve the problem.
Launched in 2020, the SNDBX is First Entrepreneurs One Stop Centre Launched in Kenya developed over 10 years of working with entrepreneurs.
Isaiah Onando Mulang' from Kenya is currently undertaking a PhD in Computer Science in Germany.
Kennedy Mbeva Liti, who is among the youngest Green Talents Award winners, won the award in 2014 in Germany.
Meet our expert, Dr. Lydia Radoli, a KAAD PhD scholarship fellow who defended her PhD in 2019 at Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus in Germany.
"My dream is to see Africa gradually excel in research, especially in Mathematics", says Dr. David Angwenyi. After his PhD in Germany in Mathematics at the University in Potsdam, David relocated back to Kenya to support his dream.
Are you looking for opportunities to grow your career in the logistic sector in Germany? Jane Kerl, originally from Kenya, successfully did the apprenticeship programme in logistics (Lagerlogistik) and shared her career path with us.
Having acquired a law degree in Kenya and with more than four years of experience working as an admitted lawyer and in managerial positions in Kenya, Angella Kerubo relocated to Germany in 2015.
"My goal as a medical doctor is to help needy patients obtain health and pass on my knowledge and skills to the community". Meet the Doctor who believes and hopes that one day people with low income in Kenya will have access to affordable medical facilities.
Having graduated with a Bachelor in Actuarial Science from University of Eldoret in Kenya, I successfully secured a scholarship Nasdaq OMX for a master degree course in Finance at Central European University, Budapest in Hungary.
Rose Wambui came to Germany in 2010 as an Au-pair. After the Au-pair programme, she joined the FSJ programme and volunteered for one year as she continued learning the language.
"My dream is to help out the communities back in Africa with my engineering skills", says Moses Githinji.
Many young people are looking for opportunities to study locally or abroad. Having a connection to a network with professionals to mentor and give the career guidance is very vital as well.
Meet Matabato Kimani (Mat Kimani), currently working as the Operations Manager for SumUp in Berlin. Originally from Kenya, Matabato has an inspiring career path having secured three scholarships in Hongkong and in Germany.
Collins Agoro, a Kenyan participant from the Afrika Kommt! Programme, shared with us during an interview about the programme and working in Germany.
Meet our expert Anthony Omiunu originally from Nigeria who graduated from the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences with degree in Information Engineering.
Germano Richter Mugambi from Kenya, a Catholic Academic Exchange Service (KAAD) scholarship holder, is currently pursuing a Masters of Electrical Engineering at the University of Rostock.
The emerging technologies in Africa are bridging the digital gap in Africa bringing in change and solutions to solve some of the challenges in Africa.