Education policy in Namibia and beyond- Why soft skills may be having hard impacts on African development

ACN young leaders interning at CAMFED According to vision 2030, Namibia has about 15 years to become a knowledge based economy. But if the nation fails to get education policy right, the chances of realizing this vision remain slim to none, because more important than what we “know”, is how we use it.… Read more »

Leveraging Technology in the Nigerian Elections

  Source: http://www.ibtimes.com/nigeria-elections-2015-will-card-readers-work-electoral-commission-responds-concerns-1858622 A lot of things have evolved since the 2011 elections when Nigerian youth celebrated social media as a tool for successful elections. Technology has continued to foster government accountability, as well as active citizen participation in the country.… Read more »

CONFERENCE SUR LE DEVELOPPEMENT AFRICAIN A L’UNIVERSITE HARVARD – ALLOCUTION DE SON EXCELLENCE MONSIEUR ISSOUFOU MAHAMADOU, PRESIDENT DE LA REPUBLIQUE DU NIGER, CAMBRIDGE, ETATS-UNIS D’AMERIQUE, 3 AVRIL 2015

Son Excellence Monsieur Issoufou Mahamadou, Président de la République du Niger, parle au forum de l’Institute of Politics de la Harvard John F. Kennedy School of Government (Université Harvard, Cambridge, Etats-Unis), le Vendredi 3 Avril 2015 Photo: Tim McNaught.… Read more »