Rich in resources and with a youthful population, Africa is looking to the future with confidence.
As African economies enjoy unprecedented growth, international investors are turning their attention to a continent rich in potential. Now, Africa faces an important debate about how to make the most of the new climate of opportunity and define a new narrative.
The majority of Africans will not enjoy the full benefit of economic growth unless some fundamental issues are dealt with, such as how to overcome artificial barriers to trade, how to manage and anticipate changes, how to ensure that foreign investment aligns with sustainable development goals and how best to enable education, skills development and leadership to be of higher priority.
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At eLearning Africa, we are committed to the protection of human rights, diversity and equal opportunity. We value all individuals regardless of race, gender, religion, disability or sexual orientation. eLearning Africa, believing in the importance of dialogue, unites people through a common interest in education and human progress. It is our firm intention that the conference should provide an unfettered space for open discussion of the widest range of issues.
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Mark East, General Manager, Microsoft EMEA & ASIA Education Industry Group,
Rebecca Enonchong, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, AppsTech, Cameroon
Sozinho Francisco Matsinhe, African Academy of Languages (ACALAN), Mali
Bitange Ndemo, University of Nairobi, Former Permanent Secretary of Kenya’s Ministry of Information and Communication, Kenya
Iyadunni Olubode, Executive Director, LEAP Africa Ltd/Gte., Nigeria
Jochen Polster, Vice President EMEA, NComputing,
Noah Samara, Chairman and CEO, Yazmi, USA
Bright Simons, mPedigree, Ghana
Beate Wedekind, THE NEW//AFRICA, Germany/Ethiopia,