Digital Learning in African summit & partnering with IBEForuM

Bridge Africa Foundation supported and partnered with IBEForuM, who hosted the Digital Learning Africa Summit, on 3rd & 4th February, which  focused on the Key Challenges in the African Education Sector.

COVID-19 pandemic has been a force that has boosted e-learning. This conference brought together the digital learning solution providers from all over the globe that will support Africa’s vision of modernizing and digitizing the education sector, and solve the challenges of digital learning.

The EdTech market in Africa is expected to reach $350 Billion by 2025 as the demand for e-learning technologies are on the rise. The expanded interest in utilizing educational innovations to evolve the learning techniques offers the chance to revamp the traditional teaching methods by introducing unique innovation for the African continent, aiming at the mission of Africa’s Agenda 2063.

The decision-makers in this strategic Summit were the Deputy Minister, Ministers, Chairmen, CEO, Director General, Deputy Director General Professor, Teacher, Lecturer, Principal/Dean, Education Technology Heads, etc. from Schools, Colleges Universities, Higher Education Academies, Government and Semi-Government Entities.

By bringing great minds together, IBEForuM was able to create a platform, which would help the greater cause of boosting Digital Learning in Africa. The summit was attended by 4000+ delegates from 35 countries. The conference was also graced by some of the notable EdTech speakers from Africa and around the world. The event had some of the world-famous sponsors, like Oracle Academy and Cypher Learning, who were presenting their products and services, and were sharing insights on the enhancement of the digital learning revolution in Africa.

For more details, please visit;
Contact: Arif Ulla Director | Product Development IBEForuM; +91 80 5006 0064

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