07 Jun

Miss Teen Africa Foundation Nominated for the UK’s Largest Diversity Awards

We’re delighted to announce that we’ve been nominated for the UK’s Largest Diversity Awards in the Community organisation of the year category. The prestigious black tie event recognises nominees in their respective fields of diversity including age, disability, gender, race, faith, religion, and sexual orientation. “It is a massive honour to have been nominated for the UK largest diversity awards once for our relentless work in empowering and promoting inclusivity among young women in our community. Said, Yomi Adegoke, Founder and Director at...

12 Sep

Amirah Akpan has been awarded educational innovation of the year awards

The reigning Miss Teen Africa Amirah Akpan has triumphed winning Educational Innovation of the Year at the second annual Global Youth Awards in London. The awards recognise and celebrate young people in cities around the world who are passionate about making a change in their communities and in the lives of young people around them. The winners were decided by a panel of judges and revealed at an awards ceremony in London at The Jetty Greenwich peninsula. “I am delighted to have been...

10 Jun

MTA excited to be nominated for leading sector awards

Miss Teen Africa Foundation is delighted to announce that it has been shortlisted for a national Awards, which recognises excellence in the UK diversity and charity sector. The organisation was shortlisted in this year’s Community organisation Award category, which recognises organisations empowering communities and promoting social action. The foundation together with the Miss Teen Africa® cultural pageant uses diverse platform to support young women and empower them to lead positive lives. The organisation which is based in the UK is aiming to...

22 Mar

Miss Teen Africa 2017 Amirah Akpan officially launches 1000 books campaign

Miss Teen Africa Amirah Akpan officially launches her 1000 books campaign at the Nigeria High Commission in London. The 18 year old Queen from Nigeria who aim to use her campaign to raise awareness about Educational issues in Africa has been receiving great deal of commendation. “According to Unicef report and in recent news there is clearly a crisis said Amirah, there are estimated 101 million children that are not currently in school and more need to be done to address...

20 Dec


Miss Teen Nigeria Amirah Akpan was crowned Miss Teen Africa on Saturday night in a star studded ceremony in London, making her the first Nigerian to ever win the crown. The second runner up was Miss Tino Gundu who represented Zimbabwe and the first runner-up was Miss Abigail Kabirou who represented Ghana. Speaking after she was crowned with the Miss Teen Africa tiara, Miss Amirah said: “I can’t believe it! We have all put in some hard work but excited to be...

11 Oct

Miss Teen Africa foundation announces Sickle Cell & Young Stroke Survivor (SCYSS) as charity of the year 2015

Miss Teen Africa foundation announces Sickle Cell & Young Stroke Survivor (SCYSS) as Charity of the year. The organisation who are a registered charity in UK holistically supports children, young people and their families affected by sickle cell anaemia and childhood stroke. Sickle cell disease affect millions of Black and Mediterranean people and very common in people of African and Caribbean here in Britain’ said the Director of Miss Teen Africa, but only a small number knows about it and it is important...