Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Director-General Jose Graziano da Silva formulated at the Youth Employment Agriculture Conference in Kigali, Rwanda that “We need to take action to make agriculture more attractive to young people.” For the sustainable development of the Africa continent, it must create more jobs for the young. He said "For African youth, they must perceive agriculture as a remunerative and profitable sector and the dissemination of information and communication technologies (ICTs) in rural areas play an important role in this regard" According to estimates, more than 60 percent of Africa's 1.2 billion people are under 25, and among them the majority live in countryside. However, there is great uncertainty as to whether the continent is ready to make full use of this precious human resource. To fully explore the dividends of its youth, tens of millions of rural jobs are required annually. As the population is growing continuously, there are definitely more demands for food supplies. Because of the the steadfast urbanization and the changing of diet as family income increased, Africa’s demands for food would increase at least 50 percent. The African youth are typically employed on a seasonal basis that temporary employment gives them little chance to get access to high-tech education and skill training, as well as the knowledge to information and financial market. They get few involvement in the decision-making process. This barriers is pushing the youth out of the continent, and they are leaving their countries to seek more opportunities. Nevertheless, no matter in where, the digital skills are required in each fields, such as agriculture, marketing and other commercial activities. Out of this need, more technical training is a necessity both for the youth and the Africa continent.