The 2009 ENKE African Youth Leadership Forum

Held at Monash South Africa University

The name ENKE, which means "ink" in the Tswana language, represents the unique ability of young leaders to "make their mark" on the future. The 2009 ENKE Forum aimed to unite and empower the next generation of leaders by connecting those from diverse backgrounds, empowering and mobilising them during a week of activities and workshops.
The ENKE delegates, more than 100 high school leaders from the UK, Botswana, and South Africa, were chosen by their schools for their leadership abilities and passion to make a difference. During the workshops, they were mentored by Alan Gray Orbis Foundation Fellows, a group of 30 Monash students and Australian Oaktree volunteers.

To watch this 3.5-minute promotional video, click its Start arrow.

Vusi testifies in the ENKE 2009 video clip

"ENKE, where young people can explore their potential, along with their leadership abilities . . ." — Vusi Kweyama

To learn more about the 2009 ENKE African Youth Forum at Monash South Africa University, click here.