The investing definition is pretty clear: “allocating funds to an asset or committing capital to an endeavor, with the expectation of generating an income or profit.” It conveys the fact that business people are mostly concerned about profit. However, their audiences are getting more educated on world problems and they demand social responsibility from the brands they use.

The Investment Opportunities in the Private Sector Are Growing

The Business of Education in Africa report showed that 21% of children in African countries were being educated in the private sector.

By 2021, this percentage is expected to rise to one in four children.

Over the next few years, $16 – $18 billion are needed in investment in the private education sector. When the monopoly of financing is taken away from the government, the quality of education increases.

Private institutions will push public schools to improve the quality of services they provide.

Academic writing services are entering in African countries. This is a consequence of the poor instructions they get at school, combined with the high expectations for a decent grade. With improved quality across the entire educational sector, we’ll have fewer students giving up on their schooling without earning a certificate.

Africa has a problem with inequality of education quality between departments and community. The private sector has the means to remedy this flaw.