Apr 2024


The Future of Education & Work in Africa

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About FEWA

Inspired by the African Union’s Continental Education Strategy for Africa (CESA 16’-25’) as well as various reports by the World Economic Forum, World Bank, IMF and private sector reports, FEWA is a unique Continental Conference with the inaugural theme: ‘RE-IMAGINING THE FUTURE OF EDUCATION AND WORK IN AFRICA’. The conference is convened by Effortless Insight Africa

What are the competencies and skills that Africa needs to prepare for the evolving labor markets?

What does the Fourth Industrial Revolution Mean for Africa?

Forecasting on the Future of work in Africa!

Business/investment opportunities within the Education sector in Africa?

Why Attend FEWA Conference 2024

The Conference will host over 500 delegates: Educationists, Senior Government Officials, Business Leaders, Investors, HR Managers, Innovators, Private Education Leaders, Education Attachés and Entrepreneurs across Africa and beyond. 

Reserve your spot. Be part of the visionary architects of Africa's Future.

Grab your seat while they last we have a limited number available

What Topics we will Discuss



The Education Technology ecosystem in Africa.

TVET & The Future of Work

The future of Africa's labor market.

4th Industrial Revolution

The multisectoral disruption caused by technology.

Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC)

Transforming education systems in African countries.

Re-Skilling & Up-Skilling Africa

Rethinking the role of TVET institutions.

African Education Markets

Leaders in Africa Education.

Blockchain & Artificial Intelligence (AI)

The impact of ChatGPT in the Education Sector.

Intellectual Property & Innovation

Intellectual property plays a key role in education.

Reasons To Attend


FEWA Thought Pillars


“Education is the ultimate means of ensuring an equitable society. Equitable education ensures that every child has a chance to fulfil their potential and rise to the highest level of accomplishment”

H.E. Dr. William Ruto

President of the Republic of Kenya

“Africa’s story has been written by others; we need to own our problems and solutions and write our story.”

H.E. Paul Kagame

President of the Republic of Rwanda

“Our task is to educate their (our students) whole being so they can face the future. We may not see the future, but they will and our job is to help them make something of it.”

Sir. Ken Robinson

Renowned Education and Creativity Expert

Keynote Speakers


Thank You to Our Sponsors


Key Continental Reports

The Future of Work Africa- World bank report
Future of work in SSA by IMF

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