The Digital Economy

Digital technologies offer new avenues for economic growth in Africa

Digital technologies can offer new routes to economic growth in Africa.

Digital technologies can offer new routes to economic growth in Africa. Image: Unsplash/Muhammad-taha Ibrahim

Boutheina Guermazi
Directrice, Développement numérique, Banque mondiale
Brigit Pickel
Director for Global Health, Pandemic Prevention, One Health, German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ)
Lacina Koné
Directeur général, Secrétariat de Smart Africa
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