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No One Left Behind

Over 6,000 teachers have been directly imparted, reaching more than 320,000 underprivileged and marginalized children and adolescents, with girls comprising over 55% of beneficiaries since inception. employs low-cost teaching resources such as open source softwares and use of discarded computers to educate children in slums, rural and remote communities.

Re-use of old computers for hardware classes greatly reduces e-wastes, saving carbon emission and energy. With entrepreneurship, digital storytelling, coding, critical life skills’ leadership and computational thinking also comprising integral components of this project; young people are prepared for sustainable livelihoods, innovation and are empowered to use their voices(especially girls) for positive impacts.

With about 10.5 million Nigerian children aged 5-14 years out of school, this project, approved by states ministries of education immensely complements the government’s efforts to provide quality, inclusive and accessible education for children and youths in the country.

With sub-Saharan Africa worst hit with abject poverty and almost 90 million Nigerians living in extreme poverty as estimated by the World Data Lab; this project alleviates poverty by introducing learners to ICTs, with computational and critical life skills as well as entrepreneurship, very early in life. This assures them of sustainable livelihood void of poverty. As the equips teachers, learners are nurtured from year one in secondary schools to year six, with the knowledge and information they need for employability or for starting their own businesses to enable them become economically independent as soon as possible