An open-source digital library for Africans

Seinfo is an​ open-source digital library for Africans to learn digital skills needed for freelancing, remote-working and entrepreneurship. The platforms allow​ users to create social media profiles, add to the library and share queries in a forum.
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Problem: Youths account for 60% of all of Africa’s jobless, according to the World Bank. In North Africa, the youth unemployment rate is 25% but is even greater in Botswana, the Republic of the Congo, Senegal, and South Africa, among others. With 200 million people aged between 15 and 24, Africa has the largest population of young people in the world. In most African countries, youth unemployment “occurs at a rate more than twice that for adults,” notes the African Development Bank. Our Solution: Remote and flexible work was found by The World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness Report to be the top “demographic and socio-economic driver of change” in employment. Our platform enables African women and youth to learn digital skills as well as emerging tech to enable them to get remote jobs on platforms such as Fiverr, PeoplerPerHour and Upwork.
@afrocheri Great initiative Stephanie! Clear need for this and it's a scalable solution. Good luck and congrats on the launch!
@freddieo Thank you for the support Freddie, I truly appreciate it!
The website is available in English and is currently being translated to French and Portuguese to increase its reach in Africa.
This is awesome. I had been thinking about this idea for over a year now, and I'm glad someone was able to capitalize on it and actually build it. Congrats on the launch, looking forward to seeing it grow and improve. Thanks for making a positive difference in the world.
@hiramfromthechi Thanks for the encouragement Hiram 🌸
Great Job Stephanie, excited to follow along!
@nayamoss Thank you Naya, I'll definitely keep you in the loop