Young African generations also reflect their capabilities of entrepreneurial dynamism, technological innovation and abilities to identify endogenous solutions to structural problems. These skills are strategic levers for a potential transformative social inclusive and sustainable economy.
Fondazione Aurora is proactively involved in this process promoting the scale up of young Africans’ SMEs that contribute to improve local living conditions, despite a scarce access to international cooperation programs and private financing.
The Foundation acts always in accordance with the principles of African ownership and through partnerships with other local and international organizations, fostering a resilient cycle of sustainable growth.
“Scaling up means expanding, adapting and sustaining successful policies, programs and projects in different places and over time to reach a greater number of people” (Hartmann and Linn, 2008)
Scaling- up initiatives aim at collaboration with young Africans entrepreneurs on strengthening their businesses that contribute to inclusive socio-economic development in their communitiesRead more
Functional to the consolidation of a more inclusive business climate, Fondazione Aurora supports young university students from a migration background through scholarships, internships and professional exchanges and contribute to projects that foster knowledge-building processes.Read more