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Julius Court Nov 12
Launch of the in today. A must read to understand the digital age, how it has changed the way people live, work and connect – and how to navigate the digital pathway ahead.
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A4AI Nov 14
Countries must act now or millions of marginalised people will be left even further behind in the digital age. The from offers a roadmap to put developing countries in the driving seat of their own economic development.
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Julius Court Nov 13
Privileged to be at the launch of Melinda Gates and Strive Masiyiwa both highlight the importance of digital inclusion.
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HigherlifeFoundation Nov 14
is excited to see our Co-founder Strive Masiyiwa partner with to launch ‘The Digital Manifesto’ a roadmap to digital transformation, highlighting 10 steps developing countries can take to get ahead in the digital age.
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Emilio Kobia Nov 13
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HigherlifeFoundation Nov 14
Replying to @HigherLifeFDN
Speaking at the launch in Kenya, Strive Masiyiwa had this to say: "Africa has a “unique opportunity” to create its own digital revolution instead of being a recipient of technological advancements in more developed countries." Full story:
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Gates Foundation Nov 13
Sometimes, tech can be a force for 𝙚𝙭𝙘𝙡𝙪𝙨𝙞𝙤𝙣. The new from outlines the steps to ensure equal access to digital tools because… Access to digital technology➡️opportunities➡️ growth.
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Dr Githinji Gitahi, MBS Nov 13
The two critical things to achieving digital transformation for African economies- Inclusion and Strive Masiyiwa - education and i add access to LOCAL capital!
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Gates Foundation Nov 16
In the constantly changing digital age, how can countries get ahead of new tech AND get it right? By following these 10 steps in the new from .
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Elizabeth Stuart Nov 13
Proud that we have the opposite of a manel 😊 + Myriam Said, advisor to Minister of Innovation and Tech, Ethiopia; and Ruth Kagia, senior advisor to President Kenyatta
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Moky Makura Nov 13
Positive talk from and Strive Masiyiwa at the launch. Two takeaways - African govts need to prioritize inclusivity and education esp. maths and science. How do we make sure they do this alongside everything else.
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Bonyo Linda | Kenyan Lawyer Nov 13
At the Launch of the Digital Manifesto by the Pathways for Prosperity Commission. Strive Masiyiwa & highlight the urgency to co-create a digital future by developing countries
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The Web Foundation Nov 13
Published today: The final report of the . The offers a roadmap to put developing countries in the driving seat of their own economic development.
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Blavatnik School of Government Nov 12
How can developing countries most benefit from new technologies? The is launching its final report today, watch the livestreaming from Nairobi in just a few minutes (7:30GMT)
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Eunie Nyakundi Nov 13
Strive Masiyiwa is a brilliant African find...Happy and honoured to have been a part of the launch of the to get to listen to him🌟
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Bonyo Linda | Kenyan Lawyer Nov 13
One of the big threats in the digital age is inclusion, 3 billion Africans are still not connected to the internet. Developing countries must build digital essentials - Infrastructure, ID systems and capital to mitigate exclusion.
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African Business Nov 13
Melinda Gates and Strive Masiyiwa launch ‘The Digital Manifesto’ in Nairobi – a 10-step guide on how developing countries can get ahead in the digital age.
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Moky Makura Nov 13
“In africa we are not going to be consumers anymore we are going to compete”. Love that sentiment from Strive Masiyiwa. We know Where and we know Why but When? Who? What?
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Toby Phillips Nov 15
I’m back in Oxford after an amazing week in Nairobi launching the with the ace crew from , could not have asked for a better team! And now that our final report is published, let me share a professional secret...... 👇🏼 thread
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Digital Impact Alliance (DIAL) Nov 17
In the new many countries run the risk of being left behind. 's new offers an evidence-based road map for countries to navigate the digital age how and how to best respond to change.
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