Italian Proposes to his 76-Year-Old ‘Soulmate’

According to President Sahlework Zewde, ensuring that all Africans have access to high-quality education is essential for the continent to meet its sustainable development goals.

A discussion was held regarding the policy report being created in conjunction with the African Union and UNESCO to enhance the equitable education system of the continent from 2016 to 2025.

The conversation also included participation from the director general of UNESCO, Audrey Azoulay, and the president of Sierra Leone, Julius Mada Bio.

In his speech on the same platform, President Sahlework Zewde claimed that the quality of education in Africa is not equally accessible and will have a detrimental effect on the lives of the continent’s future generations.

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