The Africa Social Entrepreneur Network (ASEN) is an Accra-based NGO set up by a group of young enterprising Ghanaians with an aim to mobilize unemployed youth in cooperation for self-employment.
Among its principal members are:
Musa Numoh, age 30 – Accra, Ghana.
Mutala Numoh, age 32 – Kade, Ghana.
Nana Yaw Appiah Kubi, age 30 – Akropong, Ghana.
Lang Tetteh Kodjo Ababio Nubuor, age 63 – Tema, Ghana (Advisory member)
We have a local government and development expert, a teacher, a farmer and social researcher among our members.
The founders of ASEN have been engaged in discussions about the harsh state of underdevelopment that has plagued their home country. In 2008, this group of young Africans decided to no longer lament their underdevelopment, but lead change.
Many of the most productive members of the young African population are either hopelessly trapped in the rural areas or are in a wild…
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