Breaking Africa’s Cycle Of Aid – Ory Okolloh

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Ory Okolloh is, a Harvard Law School graduate and the founder the non-profit software company Ushahidi. She was formerly the Policy Manager for Africa at Google and is now the Director of Investments at Omidyar Network. Ory is one of eight black women named by TIME Magazine as The 100 Most Influential People in 2014. She speaks to Yewande Omotoso about Africa’s aid problem, about holding leaders accountable, and her visions for social entrepreneurship on the continent.

Sound design: Tim Pringle, Origin Audio

Recorded by: Sotho Mafia