It is evident that for every economy and society to thrive and develop, there should be the opportunity for young people to transform livelihoods through Entrepreneurship.
Entrepreneurs are therefore a national asset who can through skills, innovations, and new dimensions contribute to the growth and development of every nation.
Regardless of the challenges, more and more young people are tilted into specializing and getting enthused with being their own boss.
But what are the avenues to obtain the skills and abilities necessary to upgrade this skill? What are the details to explore in entrepreneurship? How can young people become more proficient in handling their businesses?
We spoke with Mr Peter Sidike an Agro dealer from SIERRA LEONE and Madam Faiza Binnet Cham a food processor from THE GAMBIA
They share with WADR the management traits they employ in their business, the support systems available in their country to cushion start-ups, their skillset that makes them unique in their journeys, and how they can meet the demands of their markets.