Author: Nashon J. AderoNashon, a geospatial expert, lecturer and trained policy analyst applies dynamic models to complex adaptive systems. He is a youth mentor on career development and the founder of Impact Borderless Digital.

Celebrating International Academic Cooperation Germany has had one of the longest and most well-structured academic exchange services for African students and academics. The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) has been at the centre of the long-term scholarship programme. The beneficiaries of the scholarship become DAAD alumni. The DAAD, through the Higher Education Excellence in Development […]

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In a world where cataclysmic rivalry is gaining ground over catalytic co-operation among peers, ladders have a graphic and powerful message to inspire true leaders to stay on course. Talentism Trumping Capitalism Youth are the powerhouse of raw talents. Youth groups in innovation are, therefore, rightly challenged to harness their collective creative genius without getting […]

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Insights from mathematical modeling tell the story of what could be wide regional differentials in population-normalized COVID-19 testing rates. Global Overview As of January 19, 2021, there were more than 96.6 million confirmed COVID-19 cases globally, more than 3.3 million or 3% of those cases in Africa. The recent global case fatality rate has been more […]

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When: 15:00 EAT, January 23, 2021 | 17:00 EAT, January 24, 2021 Where: Virtual event (Zoom). 6th IBD Virtual Forum on Education 4.0 Topic: Youth and Top Skills for Winning Social Entrepreneurship Proposals Target Group: University students, priority to members of Enactus Chapters How to Join: Register your interest with your University Chapter leader Contents […]

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The shortest distance between two points may not be a straight line, but a detour. Though COVID-19 has imposed a detour on the paths of individuals, communities and nations, there is room in 2021 to expedite post-pandemic recovery. To Africa’s dominant youthful demographic, this is a fresh inspiration to exploit new opportunities for skills development, […]

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Transforming young innovators’ mindsets and projecting COVID-19 scenarios through the festive season as schools are scheduled to reopen in January Highlights Effective testing, timing of responses, and building public trust in the pandemic containment processes are critical to the COVID-19 war. Within a margin of 2%, the model shows that a total of 100,000 COVID-19 cases in Kenya is likely at the […]

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Thoughts on the 18th Africa Resource Bank Forum Panel Discussions Developing Skills Responsive to the Changing Labour Market On November 25, 2020, the 18th IREN Africa Resource Bank Forum kicked off, though virtually, under the theme: “Re-imagining Jobs and Skills in the Digitalization Era in Africa”.I was on the afternoon panel (13:30–14:30 EAT) moderated by Akisa […]

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