Batswana Youth are our greatest resource
'Dream Girls was founded as a response to the lack, or poor quality, of education that underprivileged teen girls receive in Africa'
'Botswana gives an opportunity to the youth to dream, excel and achieve their passion'
Mogapi decided to stand up and advocate for the voiceless because intersexuality is such a taboo
Remmogo creates awareness of road safety through their ‘Kgweetsa Ka Kelo tlhoko’ campaigns
Obert's philanthropy earned him recognition in 2014, when he received an award from the Botswana National Youth Council
His radio segment on RB2,‘My family, my strengths’, has helped a lot of people discover their potential
'I love working with and for people, helping them'
She has chosen to enable youth in Botswana to live the HIV-free life her mother never had
Ndadi is a voice for the voiceless, by using the legal system to challenge the policies and legislation concerning HIV-positive people
She empowers poor people to actively participate in developing their livelihoods
Komanyane currently manages a programme on gender justice operating in 17 countries, which benefits over 200 organisations in Africa
He includes as part of his work collecting visually impaired patients from their homes and bringing them safely at the rehabilitation centre every day
Kenalemang was nominated for a PEPFAR Hero Award by the United States Embassy in Botswana for her tireless work
Lunga believes that the absence of fathers in the home raises the question - from whom should the boy child learn?
Madibana is the only Motswana who was a Trek4Mandela ambassador
Siwawa designs programs aimed to increase the uptake of women's participation in sport at all levels and in all roles and functions.
In 2007, Boitumelo cycled from Francistown to Gaborone to raise funds for the establishment of a toll-free service at Lifeline Botswana
Boemo Lesego holds a number of key leadership positions in his home village, Mahalapye
He is an expert on livestock fodder evaluation, grazing ecology and the management of semi-arid environments.
In 2015 she hosted the Botswana Young Farmers Field Day in Maun to celebrate and encourage young farmers in the area.
The anthology was published by New York City publisher, Mantle Books and drew praise from African writers such as Chika Unigwe and Helon Habila.
In this way he nurtured local talent and he has encouraged craft producers such as MmaMantshunyane and MmaDitshotlo to enter crafts competitions.
A 3rd year degree student at the Botswana Accountancy College, Lebanna is no stranger to beauty pageants.
She now has her own company known as EFIGY productions, which stages fashion and modelling events in South Africa and Botswana.
Currently she works with the Disaster Risk Reduction and Response Programme (2016-2018).
To this end, she has worked in prisons, schools, not-for-profit organisations and universities.
“Nowadays the people of Machaneng do things for themselves and they don’t just wait for government to do things for them,” says Paul.
They distributed and planted trees in various households in the area, and also made sure that the trees were well taken care of.
“Mine is a story of hope in despair. I want to share this story with Botswana and the world so that we can work together to fight cancer"
“I have been invited by the UN to provide insight on how HIV affects the youth and what can be done to assist young people,” says Koboto.
He graduated with a BA degree in economics and accounting from the University of Botswana.
It is the first culinary academy in southern Africa that focuses primarily on child development.
Molefi Nkwete’s brand started off with him ordering sneakers and jeans from the USA back in the late 90s and selling them from the boot of his car.
Bogolo Joy Kenewendo is an internationally trained economist, media commentator and policy analyst.
He stresses that free education has provided them with a platform to be able to play their role in developing the country.
He holds several degrees from the University of Botswana and the University of Essex in the UK and is currently doing his PhD.
Born in Gabane in October 1980, Malope has a diploma in business management and has attended sales management courses locally and outside the country.
After graduating from the University of Witwatersrand in South Africa, Rampa worked for Alexander Forbes Botswana and Yarona Media Holdings.
Through the Gaborone hub, Mokgoabone has worked on several projects, including the successful Maoka CJSS literacy project.
He holds a diploma in court administration in Botswana from Ba Isago University.
Bapaki actively participates as a volunteer in various community projects.
As part of her legacy, Mothibi has introduced mentorship, empowerment and exchange programmes for young women.
Her Flave Productions company produces both short films and movies, and “Botswood” was set up to bring the film industry together.
Dee Zone Productions has changed the country’s television landscape by hosting a variety of new productions on Botswana TV.
Having fought for young people to have a voice, Moepeng would like to urge the youth to put their ideas into action.
Finally, I wanted to test myself. I wanted to see if I could do it. I did not want to wake up at 80 years old, regretting that I never took the risk.
Baputaki believes that having a pair of shoes can change the life of a less privileged child.
Nchunga recently completed litigation on the successful case for the registration of the Lesbians, Gays and Bisexuals of Botswana group (LEGABIBO).
His biggest challenge has been trying to acquire a trademark for the current app name.
Moremi believes that young people possess enormous creative and innovative potential to impact and lead every sphere of society
'I have been able to pair fashion businesses with bigger brands that can help them grow bigger'
'Our future is bright in terms of population increase in our country'
Sechele is optimistic that a world title is imminent
Godie was used to being the only woman during her years of training in the mines
Kario is currently gracing billboards and TV commercials throughout Africa as the face of Nivea
Ruele currently holds Botswana’s national record in the 50m and 100m freestyle, as well as 50m and 100m backstroke
He won the first ever Olympic medal for Botswana
The 26-year-old has always been drawn to the idea of effecting change
She has read in and facilitated workshops around the world