The future of Africa in the post-COVID-19 world
The future of Africa in the Post-COVID-19 World is a timely book on Africa, a continent whose strategic position in the nexus of emerging global megatrends and complex development challenges is receiving increased attention. This book is a wellspring of thought-provoking ideas, facts, statistics, philosophical arguments, and scientiﬁc reasoning by fourteen authors and thinkers drawn from Africa, the African academic diaspora included. Presenting key lessons for Africa from the COVID-19 global pandemic with the authenticity and alacrity of native experience, the authors share insightful perspectives that all African leaders and decision makers will ﬁnd invaluable in redirecting the course of Africa’s development to compete on an equal footing with other regions in the post-pandemic world. Wading through the six engrossing sections of this book, you will be enlightened on:
Key lessons at the science-policy interface for African leaders on disaster governance, drawn from COVID-19 models and their implications for technological advancement, data integrity, scientific metrics, and civic engagement.
Post-pandemic perspectives on education and skills development aimed at empowering Africa's youth agenda and addressing youth unemployment.
Perspectives on geopolitics and geo-economics in a post-pandemic Africa.
Multilateralism and its promises to enable Africa to bargain on an equal footing with the rest of the world.
Recommended priorities for revamping Africa's agri-food systems, environmental sustainability, and natural resource management during and after COVID-19.
Independent and informed voices on how Africa should reinvent herself to build back better during and after COVID-19.
Author: Adero, Nashon | ORCID: 0000-0003-2830-7912
Co-author: Juma, Josephat (editor)
Institution: Taita Taveta University College | Centre: DIGI-FACE
Type: Book | English
Subjects: Health and Pandemic Prevention
Date: 2021 | Pages: xvi, 227
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