African Women Trading Globally

The African Women Trading Globally was designed to build the capability of African women entrepreneurs to grow their business domestically and internationally.

Their updated skills and knowledge may enhance their prospects for longer term success – including maintaining meaningful livelihoods, securing increased incomes, and creating jobs. Since most have a strong social element in their business, their success could also have a wider community impact. This initiative is likely to boost the Australian brand and enhance goodwill for Australia. This initiative involved group instructions, peer-to-peer discussions, networking, and one-on-one coaching.

Profiles of women and their businesses

2022 African WTG Cohort

  • Mervat Dissouky, Egypt
  • Amsale Berhanu Woldeyohannes, Ethiopia
  • Sara Yirga, Ethiopia
  • Mercy Blay, Ghana
  • Nicole Sekyere, Ghana
  • Millicent Adoboe, Ghana
  • Esenam Agyekumhene, Ghana
  • Sheila Elorm Enni, Ghana
  • Sylvia Saholy Mamiarivelo, Madagascar
  • Andikuza Litete-Makhumula, Africa
  • Amina Isso Ado, Niger
  • Ebere Ezugwu, Nigeria
  • Agnes Ayodele Yatunde, Nigeria
  • Esnath Divasoni, Zimbabwe
  • Getrude Chambati, Zimbabwe
  • Meron Hailemicael, Ethiopia
  • Rawlene Abena Pokua Guh, Ghana
  • Getrude Osei, Ghana
  • Mobarika Awudu, Ghana
  • Francia Rasoanaivo, Madagascar
  • Malak M’TIOUI, Morocco
  • Imane Rtabi, Morocco
  • Yasmina Zaim Wadghiri, Morocco
  • Anunike Goodness Chinyere, Nigeria
  • Lindiwe Sithole, South Africa
  • Baile Ntsoeng, South Africa
  • Matlakala Monyai, South Africa
  • Sarah Mousa & Deena Mousa, Egypt

African Women Trading Globally