Pan-African Connect: Interview with Patrice Juah from Liberia

Rosie Motene takes you to Liberia. She speaks with Patrice Juah, one of the 500 young and innovative Africans to participate in US President Barak Obama's Young African Leaders Initiative. Patrice reveals more about her life as an activist in Liberia, how she's uplifted so many girls, founded a business that empowers Liberia's rural artisans and much more.
28 Sep 2015 English South Africa Society & Culture · Places & Travel

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