Technology is an ever-greater disruptive force for good by enhancing human existence, and arguably for bad also, with many jobs being given over to machines and artificial intelligence.
As with technology, so we need creative and disruptive approaches to how we achieve development, address the learning crisis and avoid continuing to have millions of girls out of school, and those in school not learning or completing their education.
Without drastic action, the global community will have failed a generation and a generation to come by not attaining the SDGs by 2030. Africa is at the forefront in the discourse and fight for gender equality and gender transformative disruption.
A unique set of African leaders and actors are trying to stem the tide to right this wrong.
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I am glad to participate in this forum. I am a Baha'i and our community is globally committed to "build a better society" by emphasising spiritual as well as material education in tandem for children, junior youth, and people in general; keeping justice in mind at all times. The girl child's education is a religious as well as a social priority. We work from various settings to bring about the necessary transformation in the present state of affairs regarding equality, unity, and lasting peace.
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