Innovation + Entrepreneurship + Leadership Contest for African Students


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The CORAL Award  is an initiative of LEVELS-NG designed to be the prestigious recognition for the achievements and contributions of young people in Africa. These contributions include feats in Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Leadership and Humanitarian initiatives.

The award is extremely competitive as each category seeks to recognize the most supreme performance and contribution to the society. The competition serves as a platform for young innovators, entrepreneurs, leaders. Winner/finalists will be able to attract seed funding to advance their projects, gain access to mentors and extend their network of friends and business contacts through the healthy associations.

The Awards has been designed to achieve the following:
>>Recognize the impact of young people’s contribution to their communities through Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Leadership, Humanitarian initiatives.
>>To encourage students to start their own businesses/projects, prepare for successful careers post-graduation, develop a culture of Innovation and embrace ethical leadership as a matter of supreme option.
>>Articulate a sense of purpose and direction in Africa’s future Leaders/Entrepreneurs
>>Reduce youth unemployment by encouraging youth Entrepreneurship
>>Encourage and excellent balance between academic and life pursuits.