Sub-Saharan Africa is a region that has begun the process of modernization, but where there’s still a lot to do: Develop a real health network; boost industry, mechanize agriculture and respond to the enormous challenge of improving education. Because currently, African education systems are a mess. Absenteeism, access problems, teachers who don’t go to class, math teachers who don’t know math etc. However, in recent years a new alternative has emerged that is already revolutionizing education in sub-Saharan Africa, the poorest region in the world. In this video we’ll tell you what is happening, what these low-cost schools consist of, and how they are financed. Did you know that the government of Liberia, one of the poorest countries in the world, has turned over management of a large part of its schools to these types of companies?