the first human beings probably evolved out of africa around ethiopia 160000-200000 year ago -welcome to our roots and most of our genetics !! one woman with enough daughters mitochondria
FOCAC :: 6th in 2015; news; 7th in beijing in 2018 -chinese notes on africa rsvp email@example.com linkedin UNwomens - whats on next on africa's diary that needs to be logged at EconomistDiary.com
breaking 2018 -help accra stage africa's and the world's greatest jobs creating education summit
#theeconomist #BR9 congratulatuon's africa's nobel ;peace winner Dr Denis Mukwege, a gynaecologist from the Democratic Republic of Congo - so much so many could learn from your solutions network http://www.mukwegefoundation.org/our-impact/
- special thanks to South Africa's Taddy Blecher for being first educator to celebrate Norman Macrae remembrance party ; special thanks to sir fazle abed for being the greatest educator to remember Norman and his wonderful microfranchise-0 adolesecent girls jobs clubs across BRAC in Africa;
special thanks to 4 chinese female graduates for updating Norman's belief that the sustainability of all global youth will depend on china's education leadership , Kissinger 30 year celebration of the 150 person network of Chinese Americans who love both countries futures of youth and QuarterBillionGirls can share their story of what the human race needs to celebrate now. Africa undp reports
Friday, June 5, 2015
60% of africa's unemployed are youth according to this GE-ideas newsletter author Buddy Buruku is the Country Program Manager at the African Center for Economic Transformation (ACET). She is a Ugandan national based in Ghana, and when she is not supporting African governments to implement public financial management reform, she is focused on sustainable and equitable Sino-African investment. fertaured links include:Youth Entrepreneurship Facility (YEF) implemented by the International Labour Organization (ILO) in Uganda, Tanzania and Kenya are focused on business development training and entrepreneurship support. This program has supported the start-up and growth of more than 10,000 youth led businesses in these countries alone.
The informal sector contributes about 55 percent of Sub-Saharan Africa’s GDP and constitutes some 80 percent of the labour force, while SMEs make up 95 percent of African businesses. Indeed, because the informal and SME sectors are driving the growth of African economies, there must be a shift in our skills development and career coaching orientation to make youth aware of — and attracted to — the vast opportunities that exist there.
2015 macro-africa summits include
World Economic Forum on Africa this week and the Global Entrepreneurship Summit in July
world bank africa diaspora exchange 10 june 2015
subprocess of icaf strategy day june 30 -main chikdren networks include uganda and nigeria
major contributors to youth hack world bank 5 athgo 14 august