While I join the administration and Summit participants in applauding all that has been accomplished in the last seven and a half years, I believe the event was missing discussions of two key realities.
By all accounts, women’s rights advocate and social entrepreneur Khalida Brohi is having an amazing year. The 27-year-old was recently honored as one of Forbes’ 30 Under 30 Social Entrepreneurs in Asia, and will be presented this month with the inaugural Buffett Institute Award for Emerging World Leaders.
In January, IYF welcomed Emmanuel Jimenez, PhD, to its Board of Directors. He shares his thoughts on the critical role of evaluation in achieving IYF’s mission.
“I dream of an Africa where all young people have a quality education,” affirms Peggy, who was elected to IYF’s Board of Directors in December as one of two designated youth members.