Kaze Ange Aimee: Overcoming Global Disruptions to Run a Successful Food Business

Kaze Ange is an Access to Nutritious Food Fellow and an entrepreneur, running a bakery in Kigali, Rwanda. In this interview, she opens up about starting her business just as the world shut down over COVID19 ...

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Explainer

What we mean by Food Systems


Our programmes

Food systems face complex challenges

Food systems in Africa face many complex and connected challenges, such as malnutrition, climate change, inequality and the overuse of natural resources. These are not just challenges for the government and private sector. They require effective leadership at every level, from every perspective, to understand the systemic causes and make the difficult decisions needed for system-wide change. Our vision is of a continent-wide fellowship of African food systems leaders who actively contribute to food systems transformation up to and beyond the SDGs.
Food system leaders will be empowered by a world-class systems leadership programme. More than this, they will be enabled in their actions through an incubation support programme while also sharing knowledge and passion for change through a professional food systems leaders movement.

Our ambition

Creating opportunities for cross-sector collaboration and innovation in food systems

Starting in Kenya and Rwanda, the African Food Fellowship brings aspiring leaders from different backgrounds together. It will provide leadership development, incubation of initiatives and network opportunities and establish a critical mass of fellows who understand and are committed to the practice of cross-sector collaboration and innovation in food systems.

Wageningen University & Research
Wasafiri Consulting
IKEA Foundation