The emergence of the Digital Economy and the Fourth Industrial Revolution are radically transforming the way the world works.
Governments and institutions are rapidly converting their public services to digital platforms and entrepreneurs can now access larger markets and capitalize on skills and services from larger networks.
This transformation is enabling many new jobs and generating a great demand for digital skills.
By 2050, 525 million people in Sub-Saharan Africa will be under the age of 24. With 11 million youth entering the labor force each year, Sub-Saharan Africa has an enormous opportunity to take advantage of the incredible potential of the digital economy. Read more…