Africa Education Market
2019 Outlook

Africa’s first EdTech incubator graduates first two cohorts. UNICAF’s online degree platform raises $28 million. Private school attraction in the continent is creating more market opportunities.

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The education push across the continent is being bolstered by a growing culture of collaboration that includes international programs, public-private partnerships in schools and higher education, accelerators and VC funds for EdTech start-ups, and major initiatives such as the Africa Investment Forum.

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