About FEWA

According to the Africa Development Forum (a co-publication of French Agency for Development and the World Bank), it is projected that by 2050, more than half of the world population growth will occur in Sub-Saharan Africa. This translates into Africa becoming a globally significant workforce contributor in the near future with an estimated working population of 600 million people by 2030 as per the World Economic Forum. With this in mind, it is worth noting that there is a pervasive shift in the world of employment as the Fourth Industrial revolution (4IR) unveils new dynamics and fast-paced emergent careers. How will Africa’s education sector meet this new challenge? How will Africa Navigate the uncharted waters of a Post Covid-19 world?


FEWA CONFERENCE 2024 is convened by Effortless Insight Africa, a Nairobi Based Education Consultancy. It is a unique Conference dubbed Future of Education & Work Africa (FEWA). The inaugural theme of the conference is ‘RE-IMAGINING THE FUTURE OF EDUCATION AND WORK IN AFRICA’. FEWA conference will be focused on the nexus between Education in Africa vis a vis the unprecedented, technology driven transformation of the world of work and how Africa can bridge the gaps. What does the Fourth Industrial Revolution Mean for Africa? What are the competencies and skills that Africa needs to prepare for the evolving labor markets? How can Africa’s education sector adjust to the same?

The three-day conference will take place on April 16th, 17th and 18th 2024, at the The Edge Convention Centre, Nairobi Kenya and will feature a Unique Exhibition on The Future of Work: Education. Innovation. Technology. The Conference will host over 500 delegates: Educationists, policy experts, government leaders, investors, HR managers, Directors of institutions and Entrepreneurs from across Africa.

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