Innovationbed Africa will revolve around sustaining youth innovation capacity development in diverse economic areas – Africa’s youth population is rapidly growing and expected to double to over 830 million by 2050. According to AfCFTA’s recent mention, of Africa’s nearly 420 million youth aged 15-35,10 to 12 million youth enter the workforce each year, only 3.1 million jobs are created, leaving the vast majority to their fate. It is also projected that by 2055; Africa will be the youngest continent in the world. This is an advantage that Africa’s development will be pivoted on the growing innovative capacity of youths who now offer numerous positive purpose-drive solutions that aid economic development and safety of citizens.
– Strengthen Digital Transformation and Innovation Capacity Development Talents in Cinemas/Films and Creative Arts Industry
Strengthen Digital Transformation and Innovation Capacity Development Talents in Agriculture Innovation
Strengthen Regional Innovation Capacity incubations adopting tech-scouting process of the United Nations World Summit Awards in Health, Open Govt, Green Energy and Environment, e-learning and Education, Smart Settlement and Urbanization: Safe Traffic Management, Safety and Security, Inclusion and Empowerment, Business and Commerce, (ICT4SIDS) Computer-Aided Strategic Planning – producing a next generation of future-ready youths
Strengthen Future-Readiness of Workforce in Government and Private enterprises (UN ICT4SIDS – Skills Gap Certification)
Official Implementation of smart virtual connected communities project in developing countries (digital training programmes for Rapid Implementation of SDGs by local enterprises) in partnership with state (regional) governments collaborating with United Nations ICT4SIDS – as powered by its lead architect from Harrisburg University of Science and Technology.
World Summit Awards (Nigeria)
(Innovationbed National Startup Scheme – Hall of Fame)
Members: Innovationbed Community of Innovators:
Veteran ICT Stakeholder
Member, Innovationbed Africa Consortium
Leads of Regional Networks: Innovationbed Community:
Programos Foundation: Our broad-based interventions and impact programmes of the last decade and growing
Programos Foundation – celebrates 62nd Independence Day 2022 #InnovationbedAfrica
Innovationbed Consortium’s Tech-Talent Incubation Round-Table for pioneer actors/actresses of African Films & Creative Industry – Administered during the UN World Summit Awards (Nigeria) Pre-Congress Conference – March 21st, 2022.
Featured Innovationbed Consortium projects on How to build a fairer and more inclusive Digital Society at the XXI Infopoverty World Conference powered by :
The Observatory on Digital Communication, in Consultative Status with the UN ECOSOC
ICT at its best is a leveler, it does not see gender, it does not see disability, or specifics – Late Dr (Mrs) Martina Edebor
… we now have left indelible mark of Africa’s creative prowess on the global innovation map and doing from a consortium of experts
Industry Development Series … as Chairman, Lagos-Chapter, ITAN
Industry Development Series with major stakeholders …
Innovationbed Ecosystem Development Research Series … a visit to the Science laboratories of ITRI in Taipei
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