EA Debate: Mobilising African intellectuals towards quality tertiary education

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The conference on Mobilising African Intellectuals towards Quality Tertiary Education took place in Kigali in July. It was hosted by the Sustainable Development Goals Centre for Africa and the objective was to create a coalition of African intellectuals to address themes relevant to SDG implementation in tertiary education and research. This discussion on the quality of tertiary education was moderated by CNBC Africa’s Bonney Tunya with panellists Max Price, Vice Chancellor of the University of Cape Town; Fred Swaniker, CEO & Founder, African Leadership Academy; Musafiri Papias Malimba, Minister of Education, Rwanda; Hiroshi Kato, Senior Vice President, JICA and Jeffrey Sachs, Director, Sustainable Development Solutions Network

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