Philanthropist calls for quality and relevant education to leverage Africa's human capital
For Africa to thrive, there is a need to provide quality and relevant education and training to its young people. Jane Wales, the chief executive of the Global Philanthropy Forum, who was speaking exclusively to The New Times on the sidelines of a two-day conference, dubbed the “Africa Philanthropy Forum” (APF) that opened in Kigali yesterday, said Rwanda was chosen to host this year’s forum for her continued search for human development.
A pupil of Rusheshe Primary School in Kicukiro District engages in studies on the blackboard. (Timothy Kisambira)