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Applications for Young Leaders program now accepted by French-African Foundation

A call for applications for the 2023 Young Leaders program with the topic “Unleash the energy” has been released by the French-African Foundation.

The French-African Foundation, established in 2019, strives to develop generations of devoted leaders in both France and Africa. Each year, it issues a call for applications in France and in every African nation in an effort to identify and gather the most talented Franco-African individuals.

To overcome the postponement of the 2020 program owing to the COVID-19 problem, the foundation expanded its membership to 100 Young Leaders in 2021. The laureates convened in Paris and Dakar under the patronage of President Macky Sall of Senegal.

30 young individuals from Africa and France are currently being sought by the French-African Foundation to join the latest cohort of their program. The Young Leaders program’s 2018 theme is “Unleash the energy”.

The foundation, which has the support of both Presidents of France and Rwanda, Emmanuel Macron and Paul Kagame, will bring together the new class for meetings, training, and special opportunities for professional and interpersonal exchanges during a week in France in June and a week in Rwanda later in the year.

To be eligible, candidates must be between the ages of 28 and 40 in 2023, have leadership abilities, or have distinguished themselves in their fields of study or employment. The ability to speak French is not necessary but is desired; nonetheless, fluency in English is necessary. We accept business from all fields.

Through March 17, applications are accepted. The winners will be decided by a prestigious panel, and the results will be made public in May.




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