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The African Union Commission is keen to upskill African youth across the continent and has committed itself to contributing to quality and relevant education responsive to the needs of Africa. VMware has also committed itself to upskilling and reskilling Africans to empower them to lead in the digital future on their own terms. It is doing this through the ‘Virtualize Africa’ programme under its VMware IT Academy. The MoU, signed on Wednesday, 6th November at the VMworld 2019 Europe Conference in Barcelona by senior representatives of both organisations, represents the merger of both bodies pitching their resources together for the advancement of Africa. A most commendable move! Signing for the African Union Commission:

Her Excellency, Prof. Sarah Agbor, Commissioner for Human Resources, Science and Technology. Signing for VMware: Maurizio Carli, Executive Vice President, Worldwide Sales and Services


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