Unleashing Community Networks
Community networks refer to telecommunications infrastructure deployed and operated by a local group to meet their own communication needs. They are the result of people working together, combining their resources, organizing their efforts, and connecting themselves to close connectivity and cultural gaps
A “results-oriented mutual accountability” system encompassing schools, district offices and communities, an “inclusive basket of indicators” for grade 12 to ensure that schools do not simply push pass rates up by forcing weaker pupils out, and the introduction of a three-stream model, focusing on academic, technical vocational and technical occupational pathways to address the shortage of skills in a changing world.
Technological Approaches
The NGOs also use social media and fundraising tools for security and data management. Africa’s NGOs reported better usage of websites. The report indicated that 74% of NGO from Africa own websites and 87% of these websites are mobile compatible. 
Global Trends in Giving Report
32% of donors in Africa prefer to give cash which is the highest of any region. Charitable organizations in Africa have limited access to traditional online fundraising technology, however, as the sector evolves over the next decade, much of that cash giving will likely transition to online and mobile giving.