Infrastructure development has contributed to widespread advancement in our communities, which support human capital accumulation.
Many developed Sub-Saharan African communities are experiencing exponential economic and population growth, especially among people between the ages of 18 and 30.
This population has found innovative and unique ways to cope with poor infrastructure while developing human capital and capacity to meet global demands. National leaders are prioritizing connecting markets and developing policies that help build infrastructure and facilitate resource support between local and international stakeholders.
How can we use existing assets and data to more effectively allocate resources to advance economic and social development?
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The Impact!Africa Social Entrepreneurship Summit is an annual event held across Africa targeted at the social entrepreneurship ecosystem.