As Africa searches for alternative paths to educating its NextGen youth for the 21st Century, Jon Clifton, Managing Partner GALLUP World Poll, opened the 2018 Annual FEEEDS-GALLUP-Allafrica.com Africa Education Forum. The half day event November 29, entitled "New Approaches to Africa's Education," is the fifth in a series of programs focused solely on key themes for Africa hosted by FEEEDS Advocacy Initiative CEO Ambassador Robin Sanders, Clifton of the prestigious GALLUP World Poll, and the well-respected online media platform Allafrica.com.
FEEEDS-GALLUP-Allafrica.com 2018 Event – Africa Education Leaders Stress "Entrepreneurial Thinking" is the New Approach to Africa's NextGen Education
FEEEDS, 10 December 2018
As Africa searches for alternative paths to educating its NextGen youth for the 21st Century, Jon Clifton, Managing Partner GALLUP World Poll, opened the 2018 Annual… Read more »
Gallup’s John Clifton, Ambassador Sanders, Botswana Ambassador Newman & Mali Ambassador Nimaga
FEEEDS-GALLUP 2018 African Education Advocates & Focal Speakers (L-R) Rheault, Mahdi, Sanders, Genton, Yembra, Mali Ambassador Nimaga & Abiodun
GALLUP Africa Research & data expert Rheault & Ashesi's Mahdi responds to questions
ALA's Abiodun impassioned opening on the success of school's approach on entrepreneurial thinking
Nichole Yembra, CFO of Lagos-based Venture Garden Group (VGG), receives her 2018 FEEEDS-GALLUP African Education Advocate Award.
2018 FEEEDS-GALLUP African Education Advocate Award winner Nichole Yembra meets with invitees.
Nichole Yembra, CFO of Lagos-based Venture Garden Group (VGG) and Thomas Genton, director of public affairs, Bureau of African Affairs, State Department, answer questions.
(L-R) Africa Scholar Elmira Woods, Jena Roscoe, Sr. VP Gov’t Affairs Operation Hope, Forum invitee
The 5th annual FEEEDS-GALLUP-allAfrica.com Africa Forum with the theme "New Approaches to Africa's Education," will be held on November 29, 2018
FEEEDS, 26 November 2018
This year’s event at the Gallup Building in Washington DC will focus on new efforts and best practices to address the education and skills gaps in the region by… Read more »
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