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Interview with Alhassan Baba Muniru, Co-founder of Recycle Up! Ghana 

Recycle Up! Ghana is a social enterprise focused on youth entrepreneurial education and the co-creation of solutions to waste in Ghana; one of the biggest challenges in the country.

This social enterprise seeks to empower young people and young entrepreneurs to become agents of change, working towards solutions that integrate the knowledge and experience of their communities, following the motto “local problems need to be solved by local people”.

 

 

Let’s hear from Alhassan Baba Muniru, co-founder of Recycle Up! Ghana, introduce himself and the work of this amazing social enterprise.

 

 

Durdana Prado is an International Cooperation professional, and Social Innovation, and Sustainable Entrepreneurship enthusiast. She has solid experience working as a project manager, area coordinator, and consultant in different sectors namely public administration, CSOs, private sector, and academia in Mexico, Germany, and the United States of America. In recent years, she has paid considerable attention to the study of social innovation ecosystems and sustainable entrepreneurship initiatives in Mexico and Latin America. She currently works on the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in the state of Jalisco, Mexico, at the Ministry of Planning and Citizen Participation.

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