Politico-economic factors

How COVID-19 is likely to slow down a decade of youth development in Africa

West-Africa East Africa,
ISDC - International Security and Development Center

With the COVID-19 pandemic threatening to halt a decade of progress in youth development in Africa, at a minimum a three-pronged approach is now urgent. This entails bridging the digital divide; investing more in youth education in information and communications technology and science, engineering and mathematics fields. It also requires building digital entrepreneurial ecosystems. 

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