The Anzisha Prize has launched a new online digital resource library called Anzisha.org.
The library is a free-to-use one-stop shop for all entrepreneurship curriculum development tools and publications.
It provides access to e-books, research, articles, videos, audio, magazines, and newsletters featuring insights and best practices that are uploaded regularly onto the platform.
“Resources such as case studies and films, for example, can help teachers to enrich lesson plans or project assignments. Similarly, young entrepreneurs can use the resources for professional development while youth entrepreneurship programme managers can use the assets to convince donors why their programmes deserve support with evidence and data,” says Josh Adler, Chief Programs Officer at African Leadership Academy.
The library is aimed at powering entrepreneurship education across Africa and is a rich source of content curated for parents, investors, and educators.
The establishment of the library is informed by the Anzisha Prize Theory of Change which is centred on the objective of encouraging young people to take up entrepreneurship as a career to take the African continent into a desirable future.
“Beyond this objective, of course, the Anzisha Prize wants to change the way African parents, teachers and communities at large, think about entrepreneurship,” adds Adler.