Literacy is an essential component of sustainable and inclusive societies. It is key to making our world a more prosperous and peaceful one.
Are young Sierra Leoneans given the support they need to make their mark and thrive in the global economy? Can entrepreneurship, vocational education, and training empower them to succeed and achieve their ambitions?
Amujae Leader Bogolo Kenewendo and a team of leading experts wrote an article recently on how ‘regenerative agriculture,’ which aims to have a minimal environmental impact, can be adapted to the African context.
Amujae Leader Dr. Adaeze Oreh—Country Head of Planning, Research, and Statistics for Nigeria’s National Blood Transfusion Service (NBTS)—has published a new research paper on the current state of maternal health in Nigeria.
The African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) is crucial for the continent’s economic development and growth.
Some of Africa's most accomplished women leaders gathered recently under one roof at the Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Center in Italy to reflect on their leadership journey, exchange experiences, receive mentorship, and look ahead to future successes.
Sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) are inalienable human rights and essential components of gender justice.
Since her time as a practicing constitutional lawyer, to becoming an independent parliamentary candidate, and now as a leading figure in the country’s opposition, Amujae Leader and Advocate Fadzayi Mahere has always been a prominent woman leader in Zimbabwe.
The EJS Center is pleased to announce the release of the book: ‘The Reconstruction of Post-War Liberia: Achievements and Challenges of the Presidency of Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.’