Staff at the University of Warwick UK, with collaborators in Africa, are preparing a practical book on leadership in Africa and how to develop effective leadership skills.
Tag: Skills Development
Skills for the digital age – and for all
Three German Development Policy Approaches for a More Inclusive Future With an average age of only nineteen, African has the youngest and fastest-growing population of any continent. Its youth promises to be a catalyst for innovation, change and economic growth. Its rejuvenating population, however, will need about 20 million new jobs every year to support its economic potential. Digitalization, as the major transformative force […]
A digital intervention to literacy and numeracy for refugees and asylum seekers, Kakuma, Kenya
Along with the other arid and semi-arid lands, Turkana county has one of the lowest indicators of economic and social development in Kenya, with youth and women being the most affected. Across the county, youth not only face structural barriers to work but also deal with social and cultural blocks. This equally affects women and newly-arrived refugees. The key barriers hindering the absorption of […]