Our SIM cards will give free roaming in many African countries and greatly reduce mobile phone bills so these budding young entrepreneurs can focus on the important work that they have ahead of them without the worry of hefty international roaming charges.
London, (PRWEB UK) 22 August 2013
WorldSIM is delighted to support the African Leadership Academy (ALA) in their endeavour to promote widespread positive change across Africa.
Over the next 50 years, this not for profit organization will focus on developing young entrepreneurs into leaders; working together to address Africa’s challenges to create a brighter future for the nation. Aiming to grow a network of 6,000 leaders, the ALA is an inspirational cause that WorldSIM are proud to support.
Arif Reza, CEO at WorldSIM, shared, “The work that The African Leadership Academy have been doing is really inspiring and WorldSIM are pleased to be able to support this worthwhile cause. Our SIM cards will give free roaming in many African countries and greatly reduce mobile phone bills so these budding young entrepreneurs can focus on the important work that they have ahead of them without the worry of hefty international roaming charges.”
WorldSIM, specialists in international roaming products, will be donating roaming SIM cards to enable young entrepreneurs to communicate globally. With free roaming in over 90 countries, greatly reduced calls and data roaming, students will be able to save up to 85% on their mobile bills.
To celebrate the next generation of African leaders, The Anzisha Prize will be held in Johannesburg, South Africa on 30 August. This ceremony recognises young entrepreneurs and encourages innovative business solutions that will benefit the whole continent.
The Anzisha Prize ceremony, an initiative from ALA’s Centre for Entrepreneurial Leadership in partnership with the MasterCard Foundation, will award up to $75,000 in cash prizes.
For the third year, 12 bright young finalists aged 15 -22 will be in the running to win this auspicious award which will enable them to make positive changes that will greatly impact on many communities all over Africa. For more information about The Anzisha Prize, you can visit http://www.anzishaprize.org.