Madalitso Makombola, 27 has always had keen interest with emerging technological advancements across the world. His interest in technology comes from the belief that technology has the potential to solve various challenges in the world.
All hope for a brighter future was lost for 29-year-old Elvis Luhanga from Mwakifwamba Village in the area of Traditional Authority Kyungu in Karonga district following his failure to further his studies.
Up until November last year, 30-year-old Ruth Kazembe, a Development Facilitator at Salvation Army in Karonga district was not conversant with several computer programs, a gap that was making her work somehow difficult, in this age of technology.
For years, Matthews Kajani from Zolozolo Township in Mzuzu City was spending a lot of time and resources in collecting and analyzing research data due to limited digital skills.
Despite possessing a Certificate in Information and Communication Technology, 25-year-old Trusca Nkhoma, lacked some relevant digital talents to keep pace with recent technology advancements.
Anthony Munthali was getting frustrated with the hustles he was enduring to find suitable customers each time he had products he no longer needed and wanted to make money out of it.
Before attending a digital skills training last year, Allan Khunga aged 23 of Simbakalata Village in the area of Traditional Authority Mwaulambya in Chitipa District did not have any knowledge of computer usage.
Matilda Mlotha 24, from Mzuzu is the founder and Managing Director of Zomera Fruit Propagation Farm, a business involved in production of tree seedlings of various types of fruits.
Entrepreneurship and Financial Savings can be complex matters for young kids but we make it fun and easy to understand at Mzuzu E-Hub as a part of creating an entrepreneurial mind-set and a saving culture at a tender age.
We hosted the 2022 Biz Market Expo at Mzuzu Shoprite on Friday 27th May 2022 where entrepreneurs from the Northern Region brought in their products and services for showcasing.
The Media is one key component in addressing inequalities that exist between involvement of young people and holding accountable their duty bearers.
Our Managing Director and Founder, Wangiwe Joanna Kambuzi, is among the 12 African Changemakers this year under the #AfricanVisionaryFellowship, a flagship program under Segal Family Foundation - SFF.
We provide digital skills trainings, awareness and literacy workshops to bridge the digital literacy gap amongst youth and women in Malawi.
Bizcubation supports idea to early stage entrepreneurs in the northern region of Malawi through capacity building training, learning visits, expert coaching and mentorship, linkages to markets and funding.
The EEO collaborates secondary and tertiary schools creating awareness on entrepreneurship to students through inspirational talks.