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At an event in Cairo, the AWIEF (African Women’s Innovation and Entrepreneurship Forum) Awards for 2022 were presented


The finalists and winners of the 2022 AWIEF Awards were revealed at a glamorous event on the rooftop of The Nile Ritz-Carlton in Cairo, Egypt.

The AWIEF Awards Ceremony and Gala Dinner were the final events of the two-day AWIEF2022 Conference, which was hosted for the first time in North Africa.

Every year, the AWIEF Awards recognize, honor, and celebrate the achievements of African women business owners in a wide range of industries for their essential role in the continent’s economic growth and social development.

At the event, Irene Ochem, the CEO of AWIEF, greeted the winners and thanked both the AWIEF Awards’ international jury and everyone who put in a nomination.

She said, “When it comes to the AWIEF Awards, I tend to get a little emotional because it means the year is ending.

It’s a bittersweet feeling because we also get to commemorate remarkable women, many of whom have benefited from AWIEF projects.

The opportunity to see the fruits of our labor and understand why we do what we do is provided.

Here are the winners of the AWIEF Awards for the year 2022:DR Congo’s Gisèla Van Houcke is the founder and CEO of Zuri Luxury Hair and Beauty.

AWARD FOR TECH ENTREPRENEURS Egypt’s Sahar Salama is the founder and CEO of TPAY Mobile.

ENERGY ENTREPRENEUR AWARD Mona Al Adawy is the founder and CEO of GeoEnergy Petroleum Services in Egypt.

AWARD FOR CREATIVE INDUSTRY Abai Schulze is the founder and creative director of Ethiopia’s ZAAF Collection.

SOCIAL ENTREPRENEUR AWARDLumbie Mlambo – Founder and CEO, JB Dondolo, Zimbabwe 

AWARD FOR EMPOWERMENT Martha Alade, Founder of Women in Technology in Nigeria (WITIN), Nigeria





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