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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.
Our live conversation examined and interrogated commonly held assumptions and stereotypes about the almajirai and the almajiranci system.
From once being a highly-valued system of education, which was serving the moral, economic human capital, and governance needs of Northern Nigeria, al-majiranci is now considered to have outlasted its
With 93% of aspiring lawyers failing the law entrance exam in Ghana, there is a national debate about liberalizing law education.
Barriers exist for women getting involved in Kenyan politics. Dr. Akala emphasizes the role of cultural and structure factors, and she identifies how benchmarks are not fully being met.