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Arise IIP set to redefine Africa’s global standing, projects creation of 300,000 jobs for Africa

African Renaissance for Industry and Sustainable Enterprises – Initiative for Inclusive Prosperity(Arise IIP) has revealed it would redefine Africa’s global standing, charting a course for a digital renaissance.

Spearheading the ‘Made in Africa’ movement, the initiative, led by Benin and the Global Development & Innovation Zone, is not merely about technological advancement; it’s a commitment to inclusive prosperity.

The Nkok Special Economic Zone (SEZ) emerges as a beacon of innovation, experiencing substantial growth and positioning Benin as a rising star in the global arena.

Arise IIP’s collaboration with GDIZ signals a shift toward an evolution-centric future, challenging stereotypes about Africa’s role in the tech world.

With accolades such as the Africa Ceo Forum’s #AfricanChampion award and the Reuters Sustainability Pioneer Award, recognising Arise IIP’s consistent regional expansion strategy and dedication to economic integration.

This movement projects, according to Arise IIPthe creation of over 300,000 direct jobs for Africans by 2030, marking a significant stride toward reshaping the continent’s narrative.

Beyond Benin’s borders, Arise IIP’s digital revival extends its influence across Gabon, Togo, Chad, Ivory Coast, Rwanda, and Nigeria. This collaborative initiative not only fosters knowledge-sharing but positions Africa as a global powerhouse in traditional and digital industries.