UN – “Africa is a land of resilience, and above all, it is a land of opportunity,” he emphasized, highlighting the continent’s recent progress in reducing poverty, diversifying its economies, building the middle class and nurturing growth in a variety of sectors.
To further unleash such potential, he said, young people must play a central role as Africa has the fastest growing youth population in the world.
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