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Africa, according to a survey of three young people in four are optimistic about the future
the ROME (Agenzia DIRE) - In Africa, among the young people of today, there is "optimism", and this in spite of negative stereotypes and difficulties that impede the development of the continent. This was revealed in a survey conducted by the Ichikowitz Family Foundation which, by defining the work as "the most extensive on the subject ever made," he wanted to make sure the expectations for the future of the new generations. On its website, the Foundation reports having interviewed a sample of 4,200 children between 18 and 24 years of age in 14 Countries. According to 65% of the stakeholders, this will be the "century of Africa", a continent where, according to the estimates of the united nations, the average age is 20 years. According to the survey, 72% of african youth of today, it also feels optimistic about their economic future, while 75% believe that, with their work, able to give significant changes in their communities.

The great trust and confidence in the technologies. The study shows the trust that young people place in the new technologies: eight boys out of ten (81%) believe that they are the ace winner to reverse the course of the whole continent. For the 79%, the access to the wi-fi is a fundamental right to ensure, 59 percent use a smartphone for more than three hours per day and 89 percent use it to access social media. 76 respondents percent intend to start within the next five years, an enterprise or a start-up of its own and 60 percent of them already has clear ideas on what they would like to invest.

The myth of Mandela and the dream of cohesion in africa. Very much felt the themes of actuality': 57 per cent were of the view that the developing Countries should assume their responsibility in addressing climate change, 67 percent considers to be the "fake news" is an obstacle to their ability to stay informed, while Donald Trump, Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg have been referred to as the personality that will affect most companies in the next five years. And what of the sense of belonging to the african community? Sixty-three boys out of a hundred the dream of a greater cohesion between Countries to push forward the Continent, while in the 72 percent seen in the African Union the ideal subject for this lens. Nelson Mandela's remains, according to 86% of the respondents, the figure is still better embodies the positive values common in Africa.

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