Enactus Blog

  • Senegal National Competition Highlights

    This year’s Enactus Senegal National Competition, held on 7-8 July at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Dakar, is a good reminder that the size of the program or the event doesn’t matter; it’s the impact you have, the effort you put in and the lives you change that are important.

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  • Ghana National Competition Highlights

    Nearly 500 supporters attended this year’s Enactus Ghana National Competition, which took place on 22-23 July at La Palm Royal Beach Hotel in Accra. One of those supporters was Her Excellency Sun Baohong, Chinese Ambassador to Ghana, who addressed the delegates and shared her thoughts on the strength of Ghana and China’s relationship and the potential for future growth. Her inspirational speech is a great example of how Enactus breaks down global barriers and creates opportunities for collaboration. Read more about her speech in this great article.

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  • India National Competition Highlights

    With 1,169 supporters in attendance and 55 competing teams, this year’s Enactus India National Competition had all the elements of a successful competition, celebrating the impact made across the country over the past year and recognizing all involved for their support and hard work in advancing our mission. In the weeks leading up to the event, the Enactus India team launched an effective grassroots social media campaign to build awareness of and excitement for the event, growing their follower base and increasing engagement.

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  • Malaysia National Competition Highlights

    Sponsored by the Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia, CIMB Foundation, KPMG, Microsoft, Fuji Xerox, Pfizer, and Graduan & Datin Norela Nuruddin, this year’s Enactus Malaysia National Competition brought together just over 900 supporters for two days of competition, collaboration and celebration. Held at the MATRADE Exhibition and Convention Centre in Kuala Lumpur on 3-4 August, it was an exciting and inspirational event, a true showcase of the amazing work and entrepreneurial impact being made across the country.

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  • Students create market to help sustain orphanage

    There are around 3.7 million orphans currently living in South Africa and nearly one-fifth of children live in child-headed households. These figures make it difficult for orphanages to keep up. St. John’s Orphanage in Mohlakeng, South Africa can support 600 children, but it was having trouble sustaining itself until the Enactus team from University of Pretoria stepped in.

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  • Alumni Named Future Global Leader

    Former team leader for the Enactus Federal University of Technology Owerri Team, Charles Onu, a young Nigerian tech entrepreneur has been named the only African from across the globe as a future leader in the Jeanne Sauvé Foundation. Charles Onu developed Ubenwa, a digital health initiative which applies machine learning and mobile technology in saving […]

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  • Ukraine National Competition Highlights

    On 9 July, over 200 Enactus Ukraine supporters met at the MIM Business School in Kyiv for the annual national competition. If you look at the pictures on their Facebook page, you will see image after image of smiling faces, students proud of their accomplishments and executives impressed by their work. Twelve teams from Zhytomyr, Kyiv, Lviv, Odessa and Kharkiv took part in this year’s competition with the goal of not only showcasing the impact they made through entrepreneurial action but also winning the chance to represent their country at the Enactus World Cup.

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