Education

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Education

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The youth population in Sub-Saharan Africa is set to surpass any other region, making education a crucial investment. Learning poverty affects 90% of children in the region, necessitating urgent solutions. Kwara State’s Governor showcases the transformative power of the KwaraLEARN program, emphasizing its data-driven pedagogy and innovative learning technologies. Investing in education will unlock Africa’s economic potential and empower its young generation to shape the world’s future.
In cocoa-growing communities, advancing education pays dividends far beyond the classroom. Because the forces affecting the industry are so deeply intertwined, when children go to school and adults get training, the surrounding communities benefit in myriad ways. That’s why Cargill has been investing in schooling for children in cocoa growing communities – and the adults around them.
An independent study led by a Nobel Prize-winning economist has confirmed some of the largest learning gains ever measured. The methods studied underpin the education of more than one million students supported by NewGlobe in classrooms every day, across Nigeria, Liberia, Rwanda, Kenya, Uganda and India.
YBI believes supporting social and green entrepreneurship can unlock the potential of young people as agents and leaders of change, creating vital economic and employment opportunities in the process. YBI is supporting our network in this increasingly important area with to help our members meet these specific needs.
For Red Nose Day 2022, Comic Relief celebrate some of the incredible work their partners are doing to help change lives in communities around the world.
Fairtrade is a critical tool for achieving gender equality and fairness. And it is why Fairtrade certified cooperatives do better than non-certified ones in women’s representation in leadership positions. But we cannot do it alone. Businesses everywhere must enact policies that support gender equality on the ground, in their supply chains, and in their boardrooms.