Kenyan Entrepreneur Warns US To Invest In African Health & STEM Talent

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Lydiah Kemunto Bosire shares with Forbes how and why she founded 8B Education Investments.

Drawing from personal experience and industry data, Lydiah Kemunto Bosire shares with Forbes how and why she founded 8B Education Investments. “People are more comfortable donating $1000 each to 50 African women to start a basket-weaving business, than investing $50,000 for one African whose education will enable her to create a woven basket industry with global capital and connections that open supply chains to Target and Tesco.”

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