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Scheduling of courses is too inflexible for students

Traditional education and training programs require a time commitment that is unrealistic for people who have other non-education commitments like work and family obligations.

Education financing methods are rigid and do not meet students' needs

Often, education or training institutions do not provide flexible payment mechanisms to adjust to students’ ability to pay, and many students struggle to afford educational costs.

Courses are not adapting to the changing job market

Curricula do not capture the skills that new business models and jobs require. Modifications to formal education curricula require government approval and are hard to implement.

Innovative Financing Mechanisms

Students face enormous financial pressures, from day-to-day expenditures to loan repayment, and these pressures come with real...

Customizable Education

Skills mismatches are the second largest driver of youth unemployment in Africa. Traditional education systems are not keeping...

Employer Partnerships

Countries with the lowest youth unemployment rates have one thing in common: a close connection between education and work. To...