Meet the four Global Shapers working to provide digital skills for one million Africans

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The initiative to improve the digital literacy of young Africans is being delivered with the Hacklab Foundation. Image: Hacklab Foundation

Bruce Emmanuel
Head of Brand & Communications, Hacklab Foundation
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