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18 Sep 2019

The #OneStudentOneSkill project is targeted at empowering teenage (in-school and out-of-school) students (with special focus on the under-served communities) by organising physical alternative classes which introduces them to relevant Computer-themed skills/topics helping them improve performance in their school curriculum, make them skilled and self-reliant in the Nigerian eco-system as well as aid making informed career decisions after being exposed extensively to learning and relearning the new technological trends of this evolving digital age.

This initiative seeks to improve teenage students to become skilled and self-reliant by engaging them in identified skill areas for the purpose of raising 21st century professionals capable of building solutions. We identified and developed 5 basic Computer-themed Skills area:

Website Development

Mobile App Dev.

Graphics Design

Photography

Applied Digital Skills

#OneStudentOneSkill Progress Report

2017 | Cycle 1 [Africa Code Week 2017 / Summer Camp / Microsoft Hour of Code] (1707 Students Reached; 60% Male : 40% Female)
2018 | Cycle 2 [Africa Code Week 2018 / Summer Camp / MACI Session] (1293 Students Reached; 53% Male : 47% Female)