The internet can provide a wide range of benefits to the user, but it requires specific skills and knowledge to use internet devices effectively for Sustainable Development Goals. This means that the people who are lack of these skills and knowledge are unable to use devices for research, using e-mail, getting connected with people, searching for a job etc.
This document is intended to inform Knowledge for Development without Borders (KFDWB) and other partners who contributed to make the BASIC ICT TRAINING FOR TEENAGERS INVOLVED IN FAMILY FARMING IN ABUJA, NIGERIA– read more here – in line with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) a reality for our trainees in Abuja, Nigeria.
“…Thanks for everything today. The training was great and we appreciate your patience with us. The kids are glad and they’re scared with what they can do with the internet. I can boldly say that It’s a success already. We have been taking pictures and will send them all while the report is being compiled…” Richard Agetu
The report can be downloaded or viewed here