Listening to Girls

Please join us for a virtual discussion with Asante Africa Tanzania alumni, who have experienced first hand the powerful impact of our programs. Our panelists will share their stories, life challenges, journeys to success and the impact of Asante Africa. These alumni have become today’s changemakers through their pay-it-forward efforts and entrepreneurial successes. Their storytelling will give a glimpse at the crucial life skills we are providing to our students to succeed in the classroom and beyond.


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Free Virtual Panel Discussion


Thursday, June, 24, 2021

  • 8:30-10:00AM PDT
  • 11:30-1:00PM EDT
  • 6:30-8:00PM EAT


ONLINE! Digital Zoom link will be emailed to participants when you register.

TIMETABLE: 1.5 hrs

10 Minutes – Introductions

60 MinutesAlumni story telling

20 MinutesLive Q&A


Shantal Mushy

Form 6 Graduate
Shantal is an Asante Africa Alumni who has been in the Scholarship Program since 2016. She is currently in Form six at Arusha Girls, studying Physics, Chemistry and Maths and aspiring to be an engineer. She is confident and can express herself fluently in  English.  During her GAP year she used her time to Pay-it-forward and transform other youth by training them on exam preparations, different ways she found successful to study and perform on her exams, and supporting them with the home packages. Also during Covid-19 she supported her  community by sewing masks and selling them at half price.

Asha Maulid

Sokoine University Student

Asha is a 19-year-old Asante Africa alumni and Scholarship recipient since 2013.  She is in her first year at Sokoine university pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Animal science. After her Form six graduation in 2020,  she has been involved in various  income generating activities across Namanga, Kenya border to earn some money that will support her as she studies at university. She enjoys reading nonfiction novels and socializing with friends and family. She is currently a class minister and she feels privileged to lead her fellow students.

Khatibu Mgunya

Sokoine University Student

Khatibu is an Asante Africa Alumni and a talented, innovative and a technically minded young man who is passionate about addressing different challenges in his community and the world at large through STEM. He is currently a student at Sokoine university of agriculture taking Agricultural economics. Additionally as a part of Pay-it-Forward, Khatib has been Facilitating different sessions in various platforms such as  TAGRESA, ASANTE AFRICA TRAININGS OF TRAINERS, ROTARY, and UNA.

Beatrice Samwel

Mzumbe University Student

Beatrice is a young change maker and an entrepreneur who is a form six graduate in science subjects and an Asante Africa alumni since 2013. She is looking forward to pursuing her degree in Food Science and Technology from Mzumbe University.  She is currently running an M –PESA shop, a Fruit Vendor and also volunteering teaching primary students in her community.

Loiboni Masingisa

Asante Africa TZ Regional Coordinator

Loiboni has been an Asante Africa Alumni through Scholarship and LEI Program since 2009. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree of Education from Mwenge Catholic university. Loibon has been transforming youth lives in different platforms by training them on leadership, communication and career guidance skills. He is currently working as a regional coordinator at Asante Africa Foundation. He is also a member in different Platforms such as YALI, Global esepers, Jijali Program etc.