Maiduguri, the largest city of Borno State in north-eastern Nigeria.
The Project is divided into the following stages:
We focus on helping talented teen pupils receiving the best grades in school (especially in mathematics) that show interest in science and technology. Through the foundation’s long term support, scholarships, and internship programs, we want them to get good jobs in Finance and IT. We focus on those sectors because that’s where the foundation has most of its corporate partners willing to support us. These are also the sectors we believe have a big future ahead in Africa.
Teachers- Volunteers and Employees of Feed for Life Foundation
Marek Zmysłowski is a Polish-born entrepreneur and executive, focused on Online Business and Renewable Energy, passionate about Emerging Markets.
He co-founded Sunroof.se – a 2-in-1 Solar Roofs producer, HotelOnline.co – a Travel Technology Company, and Jumia Travel – Africa’s Biggest Hotel Booking Portal listed on NYSE as part of Jumia Group.
In 2014, he was chosen as one of the Ten Most Important People in Tech by IT News Africa Magazine. He is a Lead Mentor at Google’s Launchpad and World Bank’s XL Africa Program.
Marek is a bestselling author of “Chasing Black Unicorns”, a former snowboard instructor, and a bartender, but his real life goal is simply to leave this World in slightly better shape than what it was when he arrived.
Maya Foundation is organizing an online course for 40 South African women artisans about e-commerce as a COVID-19 business survival mechanism.
40 South African women entrepreneurs will be provided with technical learning, training, and mentoring support on how to start, grow, and scale eCommerce businesses.
We have provided the necessary funds to renovate the old school building, build a new one for additional 100 school pupils. We have also invested in bathrooms and a water tank. There were none before.
Effgg provided funding to fill their school with desks
Maya Foundation has provided notebooks and writing tools for 300 pupils as well as donated more materials for the school reserve to make sure the school has enough tools for the whole year.