Can Collaborative Leadership help bridge Africa’s education divide?

Co-CEO Fabio Segura advocates a systematic approach to tackle education reform is urgent and essential.

Jacobs Foundation Co-CEO Fabio Segura strongly asserts that recent global challenges have taught us that solving large-scale, complex, and seemingly intractable problems requires a systemic approach. In his article for the Africa Times, Fabio argues collaboration is both urgent and essential to successfully tackle education reform.

An example of such collaborative leadership is the recent launch of the Child Learning and Education Facility (CLEF) a new funding coalition across public and private sectors to improve access to and enhance the quality of education for millions of children in Côte d’Ivoire.

Read Fabio’s article about the need for a systemic approach in education to meet #SDG4 pledges here: