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Africa Should Have World’s Largest Working Age Population By 2034, Google CEO Announces $20 million To African Nonprofits

Google CEO, Sundar Pichai has declared that after surpassing its objective to prepare one million youngsters in Africa, it is extending the program to prepare another 10 million individuals and set them up for occupations without bounds inside the following five years. He additionally declared that 100.000 Africans will be prepared on the best way to create world class portable applications starting in Nigeria, Kenya and South Africa.

This is an invited improvement as Africa is required to have the world’s biggest working-age populace by 2034.

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These trainings would happen through physical gatherings and online stages and are adapted towards helping members fabricate a web nearness, utilize Search to discover occupations, motivate tips to improve their CV, utilize web-based social networking, and a few other related territories.

He also announced that, the charitable arm is committing $20 million over the next five years to nonprofits that are working to improve lives across Africa.

Finally, he announced the commencement of the Impact Challenge in Africa in 2018 to award $5 million in grants. Any eligible non-profit in Africa can apply, and anyone will be able to help select the best ideas by voting online. You can click here to see how it works.



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