African governments and stakeholders need to explore possible solutions to make the innovations of edtech more sustainable and more accessible, and therefore, more effective in Africa.
Africa is looking to employ innovation in its education framework post the COVID-period, to help it gain momentum.
She said: “My inspiration came from the problems that surfaced in Nigeria during the pandemic and the looting of palliatives donated by the private sector.”
Research has repeatedly shown that people who learn about financial literacy as teenagers are more likely to achieve financial freedom leading up to, and after retirement.
An estimated 20,000 children (especially teenagers) work in Burkina Faso’s gold mines.
A lot of work is still to be done to make Nigeria’s educational system inclusive of children with intellectual disabilities, to help them access full and quality education as equally as their peers.
The primary school teachers had on January 18, 2021, declared an indefinite strike to protest against the state government’s non-implementation of its 10-point demands.
This group of teenagers, while bored and unable to attend school last year due to the pandemic-induced lockdown, started exploring the world of investments.