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Enko Education invites Alioune Ndiaye, CEO of Orange Africa and Middle East, to address 1,000 African students

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In Ouagadougou, solar panels for better learning conditions 

In Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, power cuts are legion. Sometimes planned, often unexpected, they are the daily life of thousands of learners in Burkina Faso, [...]

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Basic education and youth development in Africa: interview with Dr. Funiwe Njobe

Following a career change from Nursing to Social Development Studies, Dr. Funiwe Njobe lectured in Development Studies at the University of Zambia and later worked for Land and Agriculture Policy [...]

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Thinking about the Africa of tomorrow… Interview with Gilles Yabi, founder of the WATHI think tank

Gilles Yabi is Beninese by birth and has a doctorate in economics from the University of Clermont Ferrand. Development economics has always been his main area of intellectual interest. He worked [...]

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Conversation with Ayanda Booi, a young Enko recruit with grit, heart & art

As part of its social responsibility policy, Enko funds the tuition fees of a number of deserving students in each of its schools. Last November Enko organised a selection session with World [...]

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“Mission Impossible”? Four points to take away from the Enko seminar

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“Mission Impossible”? Les 4 points à retenir du séminaire Enko

Retour d'expérience sur l'aventure Enko Education après le premier séminaire des directeurs d'école à Johannesburg

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Five things to know about the Yale Young African Scholars Program

What is this program? Born of an initiative by YASA students (Yale African Students Association), this annual program aims to answer the questions asked by students of this continent who want to [...]

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