HIGH SCHOOL EDUCATION

L’éducation et la formation sont des enjeux primordiaux pour le développement durable de l’Afrique subsaharienne. D’autant plus que le Continent a la population la plus jeune du monde et que celle-ci va continuer d’augmenter. Face à cette explosion démographique, les besoins en matière d’éducation sont colossaux.

Why should you invest?

  • Demand far outstrips supply
  • An investment with long-term, regular and stable income potential
  • The possibility of 100% foreign direct investment in education
  • Making a socially responsible investment
  • The development of education provision adapted to the needs of the local labour market
  • The creation of better learning opportunities
  • Halting the African brain drain
  • Support to reduce unemployment and poverty.

Key figures of the African potential

  • 60% of Africans are under 24 years old
  • Average annual enrolment increase of 4.3% in private higher education since 1970 in sub-Saharan Africa
  • By 2030, 20 million students are expected to be studying in sub-Saharan Africa.
  • By 2050, Africa will have 2.5 billion people. More than half will be under 25 years of age
  • 65% of Africans currently in school will work in occupations that do not yet exist.

Focus on our highlighted countries in 2021

Côte d’Ivoire

Rwanda

Ethiopia

Senegal