NonMonetary Recycling of Poverty
Survivors of the NonMonetary Ongoing Great Depression, Recycling Poverty Into the Next Generation in Africa
|Thinking about the future of Africa|
NonMonetary poverty is a permanent reality for Africa’s progress in literacy and education, life expectancy and health, freedom from violence.
NonMonetary dimensions of poverty in Africa; income fails to provide a complete picture of Africa's well-being.
Africa has some of the world’s most glaring education inequalities. All too often, children who are born poor, female, or in rural or conflict-affected regions, face an extreme disadvantage in education. Many of the children in school are receiving an education of such poor quality that they are learning very little. More than 600 million Africans still do not have access to electricity, and the number is set to grow in the coming years since by 2050 more than one in four people on our planet will be African. "Africa’s future is in the hands of women. Equal education for girls, at all three education levels, is the critical issue” - Olusegun Obasanjo