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Gerald Otim 

African Changemaker

Gerald Otim  

Gerald is an accomplished Ugandan entrepreneur driving financial inclusion by growing the developing world’s digital financial infrastructure.

He is the CEO of Ensibuuko, a leading provider of digital financial services to rural communities in Uganda. As the CEO of Ensibuuko, Gerald has created a digital solution that connects the unbanked to the broader financial ecosystem.

Through his innovative approach, Gerald has made a real difference in the lives of thousands of people, empowering them to build better futures for themselves and their families. Gerald’s work has earned him international recognition, including being named as a Forbes 30 Under 30 honoree in the Social Entrepreneurship category in 2018.

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Nthabiseng Mosia

African Changemaker

Nthabiseng Mosia

Nthabiseng is a true champion of sustainable energy solutions in Africa and has significantly impacted the renewable energy sector.

She is the Co-Founder of Easy Solar, a social enterprise that provides affordable and reliable solar energy solutions to households and businesses in West Africa. As the Co-Founder of Easy Solar, Nthabiseng has been at the forefront of providing affordable and reliable solar energy solutions to households and businesses in the region.

Nthabiseng’s passion for renewable energy and commitment to driving social and economic development in Africa is truly inspiring. Her efforts to promote sustainable energy solutions are helping to make a difference in the lives of thousands of people.

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