Virtual Public-Private-Partner Universities (3PUs) Entrepreneurship Training

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Pillar: Health Entrepreneurship

Program Status: Active


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The Virtual Public-Private-Partner Universities (3PUs) entrepreneurship training is a six-week experiential program designed to cultivate scalable health business ventures for university students within the sub-region, particularly those from the partner institutions of the Health Collaborative. H2i will provide mentorship and has actively participated in co-creating the training curriculum for course delivery.

H2i will partner with KNUST in curating modules for the entrepreneurs.

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KNUST stands as a leading university in Ghana, offering a diverse array of courses spanning science, technology, engineering, and the humanities. The university has not only played a pivotal role in advancing education but has also made substantial contributions to Ghana’s economic and social development.

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Interantional Programs and Communications Coordinator

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Professor, School of Business

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Centre for Reimagined Africa (CRA)

University of Toronto

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Amanda Dlamini

Interantional Programs and Communications Coordinator

University of Toronto

Amanda Dlamini is H2i’s International Program & Communications Coordinator, with 8 years of experience in communications, driven with a passion to empower entrepreneurs.

Having successfully collaborated in projects back in South Africa which focused on diabetes awareness through an NGO, employing stakeholder engagement, events management and in the private sector with consumer goods, in communications and public relations. Dlamini emphasizes continuously innovating and agile communications as the key piece of any business’ ability to successfully engage with the target audience. She holds a Master of Management, Innovation & Entrepreneurship from Smith School of Business at Queen’s University.


Wilberforce Owusu-Ansah, PhD

Professor, School of Business

Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology

Professor Wilberforce Owusu Ansah is an accomplished researcher, lecturer, trainer and consultant in Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management, Public Policy, Public Health, and Immigrant Entrepreneurship.

He has worked in private, public and not-for-profit organizations and academic institutions throughout the world including Norway, The Netherlands, Ireland and his native Ghana in many and varied capacities. He is a former Head of Department of the Marketing and Corporate Strategy Department and a former Vice Dean of the KNUST School of Business. Professor Wilberforce Owusu-Ansah is the Pillar Lead for Health Entrepreneurship, under the Africa Higher Education Health Collaborative.