Insights from Leaders of Africa
Are university admissions policies thwarting student choices and building a disinterested future workforce in Cameroon?
In many universities, applicants fail to receive any of their program choices. The concern is that students will be disinterested in their adopted course of study and their careers.
Cryptocurrency proliferation raises the possibility of criminal schemes with the false promise of democratizing finance.
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.
Africa is a young continent with almost 60% of its population under the age of 25 years. However, many young people on the continent of Africa are unemployed or underemployment. This means that many young people settle for low wage and low productivity jobs, including in the informal sector.
Decisions by governments during this COVID-19 pandemic underscore concerns regarding the reliability of the evidence informing public health policies.