As part of a goal to get one million fingers coding by 2017, Aiki Nigeria has spread its Code2Earn training on coding and entrepreneurship to more Nigerian states.
In the last quarter, the training has held at different locations covering Zamfara, Port-Harcourt, Uyo, and Abeokuta.
To cover as many locations as possible and train more young people, The Future Project partnered with organizations, institutions and state governments in the states to ensure it reached grass root communities.
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Reports say feedback received from beneficiaries; especially those with no previous tech related knowledge has been encouraging.
On completion of the training, beneficiaries are signed up on the Aiki Nigeria Community, a community based interactive platform where the new coders can interact, ask relevant questions from facilitators, fellow participants from their state or other state and also collaborate on work.
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