CGTN: Digital Africa- It starts with education
“With an exploding youth population – predicted to be over one billion by 2050 – Africa has the potential to reap the so-called "demographic dividend," to harness the creative brilliance and entrepreneurial flair of the young to forge a new vision for Africa. But only if the education systems are fit for purpose.”
For the launch of our report, Positive disruption: Heath and education in a digital age, our commissioner and CEO of Ed-tech company Mojochat, Kamal Bhattacharya has written an op-ed for CGTN (China Global Television Network.) He writes about the quality of education young people across the African continent receive and how digital if implemented responsibly, could help improve educational outcomes.
“The scale is the key if we are to transform the educational attainment of the next generation of workers and prepare them for the jobs of the future in Africa.”
You can read the full article here.