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As part of our 2030 vision, we believe that the starting point is to ensure that the right information on African innovation is available in global African libraries which is typically attached to a higher education institution. Academic libraries typically serve two complementary purposes - to support the school's curriculum, and to support the research of the university faculty and students.

Marthia Keorapetse
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Joined DAE: 1st March 2019
Born1995 (age 25–26)
NationalitySouth Africa
Alma materUniversity of Johannesburg, South Africa
OccupationEditor
Years active2018 (age 2–3)
WebsiteLinkedIn Profile

It is currently unknown how many academic libraries exist in Africa and internationally, but Disrupting Africa has a goal of ensuring the right content on African innovation is in as many readily available academic libraries globally.

Disrupting Africa is currently in the below library catalogues:

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