In honour of this year’s ‘Day of the African Child,’ the Ministers for Education from Ghana and Malawi wrote an eye-opening article revealing that nearly nine out of ten African children struggle with basic literacy and numeracy by age 10, potentially leading to a staggering $300 billion annual loss for the continent. The Ghanaian Minister is committed to reversing this trend, with a bold goal to boost the number of students proficient in literacy and numeracy by Primary 4 by an impressive 90%. They both urge immediate action to transform education and drive economic progress in Africa. Click here to read the full article and their powerful calls to action.