All about Etudesk
Of nearly 420 million young Africans between the ages of 15 and 35, a third are unemployed and discouraged, another third are in vulnerable employment and only one in six are in wage employment. Young people face roughly double the adult unemployment rate, with significant variations across countries. This problem is due to the growing lack of skills, as up-to-date and high-quality training offers are not accessible on the continent. We strongly believe that digital can be part of the answer to this challenge.
Aware of the issues related to skills development, we have been doing everything we can since May 2016 to help companies and academic institutions digitize their training offers and make them accessible to more people while improving the learning experience.
The long-term idea is to have a future generation of excellent and qualified young professionals in developing countries.
« For me, learning, in general and e-learning in particular, is an asset for the development of the African continent. »
Lamine BARRO / Founder and CEO Etudesk
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