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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.
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.
The Leaders of Africa Symposium on Africa’s Response to the Coronavirus features public health, development practitioners, and social scientists to provide a comprehensive perspective.
What the stay at home policy resulting from the coronavirus pandemic means for victims of intimate partner violence in African countries.
Imagine the asymptomatic and pre-symptomatic carrier of coronavirus sneeze and spit saliva into the toilets and bathrooms in a Face-me, I-face-you property. Sharing such facilities could mean sharing and spreading the viral loads of coronavirus.
Maame shares her thoughts on the importance of trade to further Pan-African integration.