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Harvard Business School Adopts Tony Elumelu’s Foundation Method As An Academic Case Study

Harvard Business School Adopts Tony Elumelu’s Foundation Method As An Academic Case Study

This unique study, the first of its kind for any philanthropic organization in Africa, is set to debut on Thursday, February 29, 2024, before a group of graduate students in Boston, Massachusetts.

The case study aims to delve into the Tony Elumelu Foundation’s distinct strategies and transformative initiatives, showcasing how their strategic philanthropy is making a positive impact, uplifting countries, and benefiting communities. Harvard’s move highlights the Foundation’s crucial role in empowering young African entrepreneurs across all 54 African countries, placing it at the forefront of global discussions on transformative philanthropy.

The event will not only explore the foundation’s innovative approaches and their lasting effects but will also give an exclusive nod to Tony Elumelu, the founder of TEF, and his economic philosophy of Africapitalism. This philosophy positions the private sector, particularly entrepreneurs, as catalysts for the social and economic development of the African continent.

In essence, the Tony Elumelu Foundation stands as a leading force in philanthropy, empowering a new generation of African entrepreneurs, contributing to poverty eradication, catalyzing job creation throughout all 54 African countries, and promoting inclusive economic empowerment.

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