A World More Prosperous

FINANCIER INVESTS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL GOOD

San Francisco, California On Fellowship in India and Indonesia he learned that access to capital was the biggest constraint on growth for sustainable-agriculture, alternative-energy and other renewable-resource companies that generally are too large for microfinance loans but too small for

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REVOLUTIONIZING THE NIGERIAN AGRICULTURAL SECTOR

Nigeria Mezuo Nwuneli  (Nigeria ’15) is co-founder and managing director of Sahel Capital, a private equity firm focused exclusively on the Nigerian agribusiness sector.  Nwuneli is a 2015 Global Fellow and explored agricultural finance, private equity and the use of technology to

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AN ARCHITECT OF CAREER ADVANCEMENT FOR RWANDAN WOMEN

Rwanda Shivon Byamukama (Rwanda ’16) is deputy chief executive officer of Babylon Health Rwanda (Babyl), a digital healthcare provider headquartered in London, England. Byamukama is a 2016 Fellow from the Africa Regional Program and examined women’s leadership and capacity building in

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TECH ENTREPRENEUR DRIVES SOCIAL IMPACT

Sri Lanka As a young technology-focused entrepreneur, Harsha Purasinghe (Sri Lanka ’14) was instrumental in initiating and leading a unique social innovation in the aftermath of an Indian Ocean tsunami in 2004.  He developed “DEWN – Disaster & Emergency Warning

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REBUILDING THROUGH INNOVATION AND TECHNOLOGY

New Zealand “…Regardless of the success or failure of individual initiatives, the Eisenhower Fellowship has the opportunity to be a constant global catalyst and enabler for projects that have a positive impact on fostering peace, prosperity and justice.” – Wil

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