Making technology work for young Africans

The desire to solve society’s challenges drives Chioma Agwuegbo to look for technological solutions that bridge the gap between government and citizens. We asked her to tell us what she thinks are the biggest challenges young people in Africa face and the role civic technology can play in solving them. Could technology be the key for Africa to leapfrog forward?

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    About Chioma Agwuegbo

    Chioma Agwuegbo is Executive Director at TechHerNG, which demystifies technology for women and applies tech solutions to societal problems, especially as they affect women. Chioma has a Master’s Degree in Social Media and a first degree in Mass Communication. In recognition of her work with women and politics, she was an inaugural speaker at the Global Women Leaders Forum in Iceland in November 2018. 

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    This video interview appears in the youth edition of ECDPM's Great Insights magazine – check out the full issue or the other articles and multimedia below.

    A call for change from young people in Africa and Europe – Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021
    ECDPM dedicates this edition of Great Insights Magazine to young people. It provides young people from Africa and Europe a podium to make their voices heard on critical topics that are dear to them.
    22 March 2021

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