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ALA students travel across the globe for MUN Conferences | Tunde Folawiyo

Ten students from the African Leadership Academy represented the institute in Boston this month, at the 61st Harvard MUN (Model United Nations) Conference. A further six were also sent to the Georgetown MUN Conference last week. Events of this kind are held all over the world each year, and are designed to provide young students […]

The educational journey of one ALA student | Tunde Folawiyo

Like many students at the African Leadership Academy, Chernoh Jalloh grew up in extremely challenging circumstances. Born in Sierra Leone, his early years were spent in the east of the country, where the civil war had caused an enormous amount of damage. Eventually, they were forced to move to Guinea, and it was here that […]

Applying to the Prestigious African Leadership Academy | Tunde Folawiyo

Inspiring African youth since its founding in 2004, the African Leadership Academy strives to educate promising young African leaders of the hardships plaguing the continent. Through the encouragement and continued support of many valued proponents such as Tunde Folawiyo, the prestigious African Leadership Academy will continue to foster personal growth, outstanding leadership and exceptional entrepreneurial […]

Supporting the African Leadership Academy | Tunde Folawiyo

With its prominence as a premiere Pan-African institution dedicated to encouraging the growth and education of Africa’s most talented youth, the African Leadership Academy (ALA) relies greatly on the support of its various individuals, corporations and groups in order to fully operate and maintain a supremely safe, secure and extraordinarily valuable learning experience for the […]

Standards of the African Leadership Academy | Tunde Folawiyo

With an everlasting mission to encourage the personal development and future success of Africa’s youth, the African Leadership Academy serves as a premier Pan-African institution promoting the fostering of today’s future African leaders. Established in 2004, the prestigious African Leadership Academy remains one of the continent’s foremost learning institutions. Through the continued support and encouragement […]

What type of people does the ALA accept into its school? | Tunde Folawiyo

Anyone who, like Tunde Folawiyo, is interested in youth development projects, will be familiar with the African Leadership Academy. Despite being a relatively new school, the ALA is now considered by many to be one of the finest educational institutes on the continent. One of the reasons for its success is its strict selection criteria; […]

The accomplishments of a former ALA student | Tunde Folawiyo

The African Leadership Academy is an organisation which many people, including Tunde Folawiyo, are now familiar with. It opened its doors just six years ago, welcoming the continent’s brightest young minds into its classrooms, and offering them the chance to learn all that there is to know about entrepreneurialism and effective leadership. Kenza Bouhaj was […]

How one ALA student is changing the face of African literature | Tunde Folawiyo

It’s little wonder so many people, including Tunde Folawiyo, support institutes like the African Leadership Academy. The success of the projects launched by the ALA’s students is quite astonishing, with virtually all of them having had an enormously positive impact on the lives of people across Africa. The work of Priscilla Semphere, a recent graduate […]

The remarkable journey of one ALA student | Tunde Folawiyo

Anyone who is familiar with the ALA, like Tunde Folawiyo, will be aware that the students who study at this academy are exceptional in many ways, with a significant number of them having surmounted enormous obstacles in order to achieve their educational goals. Paul Lorem is one such person; he attended the ALA several years […]