CPAfrica’s Nmachi Jidenma is on this week’s Dialogue at the Wilson Center’s Africa Roundtable. Titled “Development through Technology,” the roundtable also features The World Bank Infodev’s Tim Kelly and Steven McDonald, Director of the Wilson Center’s Africa Program.
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The Development through Technology episode explores ways in which technology is stimulating impressive economic development on the African continent. Check out the episode/video below.