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Groups are an essential building block of collaboration and thought leadership around or focus areas: education, training, literacy, numeracy, mentorship, coaching and STEM (Science Technology, Engineering and Maths). A Better Africa groups are free and can be either private (where one must be approved for membership) or entirely open. It’s your call. We ask only thagroupiconupdate2.pngt you follow our community standards, engage with your community and keep information current and your group active.

Collaborate by using tools like activity updates, blogs, calendars and shared forums. These allow formal or ad hoc groups to connect and communicate using tools like activity streams, document management, messaging, blogs, calendars and shared forums.

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