Bridging the Digital and Economic Divide


With our free training, students, teachers, and parents learn about careers in STEM fields. 

A lot of students have never touched a computer. Those who have, are discouraged by the high cost of data. An average Nigerian works for 27 minutes 55 seconds to afford 1GB of mobile data($0.88) which is very expensive considering 100.9 million people live below the poverty line surviving on less than $1.1 a day.

Aspiring programmers lack the basic resources required to acquire knowledge and skills. They have no access to electricity, affordable internet, or a dedicated workspace. It is also economically impossible for a student to pay $900 in 3 months for a STEM curriculum. In fact, the average price they could afford is ~$3.



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