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Worldwide investors' interest in sustainability has heightened the desire of businesses to tap into ESG frameworks and opportunities in Africa.
The rapid emancipation and sophistication of Africa particularly among the youths require a new relational strategic approach based on cultural diplomacy in order to foster better socio-economic cooperation with the global community.
Seas & Oceans
According to World Bank, the Blue Economy currently generates nearly US$300 billion for the continent, creating 49 million jobs in the process.
Agriculture is by far the most important economic activity in Africa. It contributes an average of 30 to 60 percent of gross domestic product and about 30 percent of the value of exports.
A fast-growing population, rapid urbanization, and dynamic consumer mean significant demand for innovative ways across cross-border financial transaction systems.
This sector combined with technology is full of opportunities allowing African countries to transition to a greener energy generation pathway and cater to their growing energy demand at the same time
(UNESCO) find the audio-visual sector to be a honeypot, but it is largely untapped. The industry is estimated to account for $5 billion in revenue in Africa out of a $20 billion potential and employ at least 5 million people.
Infrastructure development is a key driver for progress across the African continent and a critical enabler for productivity and sustainable economic growth. Investment in infrastructure accounts for over half of the recent improvement in economic growth in Africa. (AFDB)
Oil and Gas
Africa has the potential to produce 5 000 megatonnes of hydrogen per year at less than USD 2 per kilogramme, equivalent to global total energy supply today.