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18 Sep 2019

Africa Code Week is instilling digital literacy and coding skills in the young generation, working closely with private, public and non-profit partners to drive sustainable learning impact across Africa.

Africa Code Week introduced in 2015 by SAP CSR EMEA has introduced digital skills to more than 1.8 million children across 35 countries and aims to empower 70,000 teachers while impacting the lives of 2 million youth by 2020. 

For the year 2018, Online Hub Educational Services has set a target of reaching 500 Teachers during the “Train-The-Trainer” session on the rudiments of Coding & Programming using Google CS-First and Computer Science (CS) Unplugged in September who will in turn organize Training sessions for 50 Students in their respective schools which would amout to a total of Twenty-five Thousand (25,000) students/learners to be engaged in Ogun State during the month of October