MathsGee Courses and MathsGee QnA are now TEDSF Learn and TEDSF Skills Q&A.\r\n\r\n"I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for being part of this journey to help the African child with skills that can help him\/her achieve their goals", said Edzai Zvobwo, Founder and CEO of MathsGee, an online skills development startup based in Johannesburg.\r\n\r\nAs part of a strategic growth plan, MathsGee has closed down all its platforms and some of the components have been moved to the TEDSF human capital development family.\r\n\r\nThis sees a new configuration of the TEDSF units and positions the organisation on an exponential growth path. All the seven MathsGee employees including the founder, Edzai Zvobwo have all moved to TEDSF and will continue to drive for skills development in Africa.\r\n\r\nThe new TEDSF platforms are as follows:\r\n\r\n1. TEDSF News & Insights -\u00a0https:\/\/tedsf.org\r\n2. TEDSF Learn -\u00a0\u00a0https:\/\/tedsf.org\/learn\r\n3. TEDSF Skills Q&A -\u00a0https:\/\/tedsf.org\/qna\r\n4. TEDSF MOOCs -\u00a0https:\/\/tedsf.org\/courses\r\n5. TEDSF Jobs -\u00a0https:\/\/tedsf.org\/jobs\r\n\r\n6. TEDSF Podcasts - https:\/\/iono.fm\/p\/860\r\n\r\nThe Education Support Forum is a South African registered Non-Profit Organisation (186-593-NPO) and Public Benefit Organisation (PBO No. \u2013 930061043).\r\n\r\nThe Education Support Forum (TEDSF)\u00a0 is a leading pan-African human capital development thought leadership, research and insights organization committed to improving employability and entrepreneurship in Africa through:\r\n\r\n \tRobust research\r\n \tIgniting conversations\r\n \tSustainable interventions\r\n \tEffective partnerships.\r\n\r\nThe Forum was created in 2013 in South Africa and is expanding its influence into all African countries.\r\n\r\nRecognizing the strategic importance of quality education via sustainable employment and entrepreneurship for Africa, it was necessary that TEDSF is formed to facilitate the bridging of knowledge and skills gaps between what is needed by industry and what is being taught in academic institutions.\r\n\r\nIts mission is to contribute to poverty alleviation through improving employability and entrepreneurship in Africa through research, thought leadership, news, sustainable interventions and partnership activities. It achieves this by:\r\n\r\n \tEducation Research\r\n \tThought leadership and News Insights\r\n \tCreation of a skills development ecosystem composed of students, entrepreneurs and\r\nemployers.\r\n \tEmployability and entrepreneurship research and curriculum development with employers.\r\n \tSupporting and Mentoring edtech startups for sustainable impact.\r\n \tMonitoring and Evaluation of skills development interventions.\r\n \tCreating a Pan-African ICT skills development index.\r\n \tAdvocacy for quality education for Africans.\r\n\r\nThe modus operandi of the Forum is a partnership for impact at all levels. Its research and development activities are conducted in collaboration with various stakeholders\u2014primarily the technology OEMs and distributors, academic institutions, advanced research institutions, non-governmental organizations, and donors\u2014for the benefit of African youths.\r\n\r\nTEDSF headquarters is based in Johannesburg, South Africa. Staff are located in South Africa.