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Study : Africa can recoup over half of pandemic education-related GDP losses by using evidence-based ‘accelerated learning’ to help children catch-up

Global study realized by the NGO Education.org highlights key lessons from a decade of accelerated learning across Africa condensing three school years into one for out-of-school children affected by extreme poverty, conflict, and Ebola. Foundation says Africa can lead world in learning recovery, launches evidence-based guide for education leaders to...
The month of record

Study : Digitalization as a tool for financial inclusion

A new study commissioned by the World Savings and Retail Banking Institute looks at the opportunities that digitalization offers to strengthen financial inclusion for low-income customers in Africa.  By Ange Iliza  Released on September 30 by the World Savings and Retail Banking Institute (WSBI)-an international banking association of nearly 7,000...
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Tunisia : 4 faculties of medicine sign agreement with Harvard Medical School to offer their students access to Harvard’s online learning platform

200 of Tunisia’s elite medical students will have access to Harvard Medical School’s HMX online learning platform in the next five years. The funding will enable medical faculties at the Universities of Tunis El Manar, Sfax, Sousse and Monastir, to offer Harvard Medical School fundamental courses and lectures in biochemistry,...
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Covid-19: A study conducted in 16 African countries to find treatments

African and European doctors and researchers are currently conducting a major study on the continent. This study will take place in thirteen African countries (DRC, Guinea, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Ivory Coast, Ethiopia, Ghana, Equatorial Guinea, Kenya, Mali, Mozambique, Uganda and Sudan). Its goal is to find treatments for so-called benign...
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STUDY: Accelerate the entrepreneurial dynamic of women in Africa

The consultancy firm Roland Berger carried out, at the request of the Women in Africa (WIA) platform, its annual study on female entrepreneurship. The 2020 edition, "Accelerating the entrepreneurial dynamic of women in Africa - Improving access to finance to support the entrepreneurial dynamic", confirms the trend: if women are...
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Damilade Oluwasina Teaching and leading by example

Damilade Oluwasina is currently the digital economy program Lead in the African Leadership University (ALU) in Kigali. Entrepreneur, teacher, a stakeholder in the associative world but also a student, the Nigerian train the coming generation of African leaders putting into practice the value of the university. A teaching method by...