YALI, Microsoft ADC partner to empower African youth with digital skills
The Young African Leadership Initiative (YALI) has partnered with Microsoft Africa Development Center (ADC) to improve the digital skills of young people in the East Africa region.
Through this partnership, YALI and Microsoft ADC will work together to equip African youth with the digital skills they need to succeed in the 21st-century workforce. The partnership will leverage the YALI network of young leaders and Microsoft’s resources to provide training and mentorship in digital skills such as data analysis, artificial intelligence, and cloud computing.
This will help young Africans acquire the technical skills and knowledge required for jobs in the digital economy, where demand for skilled workers is rapidly increasing.
Empower Africa Times Newsletter
You may also like...
Auto24, an Ivorian used car marketplace, has announced its expansion into four new African markets: Morocco, Rwanda, Senegal, and South Africa.
MNT-Halan has become Egypt’s first unicorn after announcing a raise of over $400 million securitizationion issuances this year, solidifying its position as a leading player in the region’s financial technology sector.
Powering up Tanzania: The African Development Bank Group, the French Development Agency (AFD) and the European Union (EU) have teamed up to invest $300m in Tanzania’s Kakono hydropower plant.