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Education: A Key to the Success of the African Continent

Education: A Key to the Success of the African Continent

The success of the new “African Continental Free Trade Area” (AfCFTA), which took effect on January 1, 2021, will depend on the capacity of African governments to tap into the potential of human capital.

With 60% of its population under 25, robust investment in education with emphasis on STEM education, innovation and 21st century skills, must be urgently made for Africa to achieve its goals.

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