OneAfricanChild Foundation at the Pan African High-Level Meeting on Education held in Nairobi, Kenya
The last paragraph of the memorandum recognizes that governments alone cannot address the education agenda for the continent. Governments should work collaboratively; identifying and engaging with an array of stakeholders including young people to monitor progress and generate evidence. Governments should facilitate this by publishing annual education progress reports and engage young people in structured national mechanisms to directly contribute to the development and implementation of the education agenda.
The Pan African Conference on Education was a groundbreaking moment in the history of education recognizing the power of youth as implementing partners and not just beneficiaries in achieving the 2030 agenda for sustainable development. Now is the time to take determined and joint actions for the Africa we want!