Ladies and gentlemen, Entrepreneurship is IN!

Not just because entrepreneurs are some of the coolest peeps ever, but because we Africans have a very real challenge on our hands. The dilemma presented by Africa’s youth bulge: to either sink or swim in the face of youth unemployment and other issues.

The good news is that there’s a growing awareness of just how much of an opportunity or a challenge the youth bulge presents for Africa, and people and organizations like Christabel Ofori and the iHAV (I Have a Vision) Foundation are working on capacity building and employment generation by putting “Vision in ACTion!” with the IHAV Conference.


iHAV Conference: An annual conference “designed to raise a generation of young African entrepreneurs who will work collaboratively to create employment and provide sustainable solutions to Africa’s challenge”.

2014 Theme: Creating an Agribusiness Revolution with Africa’s Youth.

Topics: Embracing ICT, Women’s role in agriculture, Climate change impact, Globalizing local markets, Agribusiness

On the agenda: Coaching, mentoring, lectures, roundtable sessions, dialogues and debates, group project challenges, business plan development.

July 30 – August 2, 2014

Accra, Ghana. Venue TBA


Participants: 100 outstanding and innovative young problem solvers aged 18-28 years. Apply here.

Resource people: Over 15 prominent business and political leaders and change champions.

Speakers: Sigismund Dzeble, PZ Cussons Ghana Ltd; Jennifer Agyeman- Image & Life Coach; Former Minister of State Dr. Gheysika Agambila; Regina Agyare, CEO of Soronko Solutions; Ehi Binitie, CEO of Rancard Solutions; Edison Gbenga, Executive Director, African Recovery and Agripro Lead; and Yaw Adu-Gyamfi, award winning Atlas Corps Social Entrepreneur.

Sponsors: Agripro, Independent Skies Magazine, Sangy Nursing Services, the Kumasi Centre for Lifelong Learning, Ghana Center for Entrepreneurship, Employment and Innovation (GCEEI) and the National Youth Authority.


  1. Entrepreneurship is IN (and essential to African and youth development)
  2. We’re making agriculture sexy
  3. IHAV Foundation is youth-led, regional and culturally diverse; show support
  4. IHAV provides a platform for further youth opportunities
  5. We’re the ones we’ve been waiting for. Let’s get to work!

How (to get involved)

  • Apply by May 24, 2014 to participate (sponsorship available)
  • Sponsor, partner, advertise: Christabel Ofori: (+233) 0243650790, email: 

Official Press Release

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