Agnes Kalibata, President of the Alliance for the Green Revolution in Africa, writes in The African Angle five lessons to be learned from the African Union’s Year of Agriculture and Food Security.
Hate speech plagues digital media channels across Africa, in The African Angle, author Mohamed Keita argues that the gatekeepers of these institutions can do more to foster healthy and positive dialogue on social media.
Despite the attention paid to Africa’s successful entrepreneurs, many African startups face a host of obstacles, writes tech entrepreneur Raindolf Owusu in The African Angle.
AAI will feature a monthly “From the Archives” blog, highlighting historical milestones in AAI and African history. This blog post […]
Read the latest “Washington Wire”, a quarterly blog post highlighting news and legislative updates from AAI’s Governmental Affairs Office.
By Lebogang Mokwena This is the second installment in a series of articles on technical and vocational education and training […]
In the first of a series of articles on leadership development in Africa, Melissa Howell, AAI’s Program Manager for the Transformational Leadership Program (TLP) outlines AAI’s approach to leadership development.
With the announcement of the launch of the AAI Future Leaders Legacy Fund, AAI supporters and alumni can learn more on how they can maximize their gift to the scholarship fund.
Dear Friends, It’s spring… and AAI has sprung into action! Since the beginning of the year, we’ve been moving forward […]
In The African Angle blog, author Mary Njeri Kinyanjui contends that “solidarity entrepreneurialism” in the informal sector can help boost Africa’s economic growth.