African Governments Must Invest In Youth To Promote Nutrition, Education, Graça Machel Says

The Guardian: Act now or a billion young Africans will be undone by 2050 — Mandela widow
“Nelson Mandela’s widow has warned Africa could become the continent of a billion ‘angry, underfed, under-educated, and under-employed’ young people by 2050, unless African governments act to invest in their children. In advance of the publication of a major report on child rights across Africa, Graça Machel has expressed concern that a ‘toxic combination’ of undernutrition, poor education, and the world’s fastest-growing youth populations pose a threat to the continent’s future…” (11/1).

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