By Hynd Bouhia
Moving from Casablanca to Cape Town to Cairo, and from the ancient pyramids to venture capital-financed entrepreneurs and startups, this work thoroughly explores the pivotal role played by the African woman in realizing the continent’s digital and technological revolution – and how to prepare the African girl to fill, own, and lead this vital role into the 21st century.
It is fitting that this first motivational book about female empowerment on the continent was written by an African woman. Only someone born to a traditional culture, who graduated in a scientific field dominated by men, travelled the world, and explored diverse cultures, could produce such a detailed analysis, with the unique insights and perspective of a female who has known and overcome gender challenges firsthand.
African Girl, African Woman is a must read that shows how dreams can happen through a solid education, deep-rooted values, and tenacious perseverance.