Sidiya Ahmed Moussa
Founder of AYLS
The Three-days African Youth Leadership Summit focuses on the core challenges encountered by youth leaders. Through a competitive screening process, AYLS brings a diverse group of young delegates from the whole continent together with distinguished experts, innovators, and leaders in the public, private, and non-profit sectors for a journey of collective exploration, reflection, and networking. AYLS aims to Create a common space for inter-generational dialogue and knowledge sharing by exposing local, national, and Global Challenges through effective Leadership training, which enable our participants to make informed decisions about their career, and to foster connections Among courageous and compassionate youth and competent leaders. ALYS is the principal component of building Knowledge and to help create determined leaders.
The delegates will learn how to develop their leadership and team management skills through workshops and small group sessions. AYLS is dedicated to long-term encouragement to develop sustainable projects and make economic activities by rolling regional and national issues. The summit is a great opportunity for young leaders to network and to develop more professional and personal relations with more than 500 delegates. Marrakesh, the international city, will host, gather and share the spirit of Leadership combined with the most exotic atmosphere of all time.
is a major city of the Kingdom of Morocco. It is the fourth largest city in the country, after Casablanca, Fes and Tangier. It is the capital city of the mid-southwestern region of Marrakesh-Safi.....
Marrakech is frequently referred to as the Red City, because of the shade of the walls surrounding its old town district....
The 700 hectares of Marrakech’s 11th century Medina was designated a UNESCO Heritage Site in 1985, thanks to its “impressive number of masterpieces of architecture and art....
Marrakech is an oasis city. Despite ferociously hot summers, its gardens flourish and offer blissfully cool and tranquil escapes from the dust and chaos of the city.
Sweet mint tea is the national drink of Marrakech, while couscous, the traditional Berber dish of semolina (tiny granules of durum wheat) is the national dish—often served with fish, other meat, or veggies, in a broth-like sauce.
Morocco, took the top spot for its magical markets, gardens, palaces and mosques according several research andcompanies