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COVID-19 has disrupted higher education affecting professors, students, and administrators in African countries. The Exhibition sponsored by the Leaders of Africa Institute explores COVID-19 disruptions, forms of resilience, and proposes ways to build back better from all angles.
Decisions by governments during this COVID-19 pandemic underscore concerns regarding the reliability of the evidence informing public health policies.
Our live conversation examined and interrogated commonly held assumptions and stereotypes about the almajirai and the almajiranci system.
The Leaders of Africa Team condemns racism and violence against African Americans and urges all of us Africans to join in solidarity in the struggle for equality in the United States and in our own countries.
Embracing Edutech in Higher Education: Prospects and Problems for Technology Infusion in Higher Education in African Universities and Colleges
The COVID-19 pandemic has necessitated that teaching and learning be pushed online. The transition was particularly difficult for faculty and students.
Despite progress made in the area of food production, today millions of people in sub-Saharan Africa are still food insecure. The emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic has been projected to cause severe famine and food insecurity in 36 countries all in SSA.