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Without an Ambitious Education Policy, the Development of Africa Will Remain a Wishful Thinking


As you know, this issue is of particular interest to me because it is intimately linked to education, or rather to the low level of schooling in the poorest areas of the planet. Unesco’s latest report on the subject has once again highlighted what it describes as a “global crisis of learning” in the world. According to his findings, the number of people living in poverty would be reduced by more than half, or 420 million individuals, if all adults completed high school. (Read more…)


OkayAfrica’s 100 Women


OkayAfrica’s 100 Women celebrates African women who are making waves, shattering ceilings, and uplifting their communities.


Three African countries make global top 50 in science


South Africa, Egypt and Tunisia are the only three African countries among the top 50 globally that are leading in science and engineering publication, according to …


Two Superpowers We Wish We Had | Bill Gates


Bill and Melinda Gates share their 2016 Annual Letter.


Gnamien Konan souhaite le changement du statut des établissements du supérieur pour devenir des entreprises privées


Atlanta Exports to Africa Have Doubled in Five Years

(Global Atlanta)

Reinventing Africa’s Universities

African universities will become irrelevant if they don’t focus on the role of science and engineering in development.” (www.aljazeera.com)

Ebola Outbreak Shines Light on West Africa’s Needs, Atlanta’s Solutions

(Global Atlanta)

Top US university in Africa graduates first students 


‘Africa 2050: Realizing the Continent’s Full Potential’ 

(African Development Bank Group)

Bright Africa: A New Report from RisCura Fundamentals


How to Educate Leaders? Liberal Arts



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