Lectures & Conferences, Social Good, Tech, University, Virtual & Streaming
The fourth webinar in a seven-part series focused on various aspects of sustainable development in Africa.
Please register for this Zoom event at https://bit.ly/3ITQlVZ
Noella Coursaris Musunka – Founder of Malaika Schools
Noella Coursaris Musunka is a Congolese/Cypriot philanthropist and international model, is the Founder & CEO of Malaika, a grassroots nonprofit that educates and empowers girls and communities in her home country of the Democratic Republic of the Congo through a school, a community center, and a clean water program. A unique and fearless spokesperson, and the face of leading beauty and fashion campaigns across the globe, she is a voice for the power of girls’ education worldwide. Founded in 2007, Malaika’s education and health programs are today impacting thousands of lives and are all offered free of charge. Crucially, Malaika acts as a local model that can be replicated on a global level.
Co-sponsors: MIT Center for International Studies (CIS), MISTI MIT-Africa Program, TRUE Africa University (TAU)
About the MIT X TAU webinar series:
The Center for International Studies (CIS) and the MISTI MIT-Africa Program has partnered with TRUE Africa University (TAU) to host its second annual webinar series focused on various aspects of sustainable development in Africa. Thursdays at noon EST, starting on March 3, TAU founder, MIT alumnus, and CIS research affiliate Claude Grunitzky, will interview the thinkers, shapers and doers who are impacting the future of Africa. Each webinar promises to be a genre-defining look into the opportunities and challenges facing the African continent and its people over the coming century.
Free & open to the public
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