A Better Africa Introduction

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Welcome to A Better Africa.

African education has an abundance of exceptional players including the children themselves. How do we ensure that, through an agenda of sharing and collaboration, we achieve the goals the continent's children deserve. If you're a funder, enrichment program or educational innovation provider speak to us at A Better Africa to engage.


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A Better Africa can be thought of as the LinkedIn for African education. If you are a corporate funding a programme and seeking better governance and M&E, or an enrichment program looking to scale across one country or more, if you're a school principal looking for connections that will provide benefit to your students, we can assist!. Please read some of the blogs, view the videos and engage with us to find out more.

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