Social Impact Africa (SIA) is a non-profit organization that aims at providing quality education and growth opportunities for underprivileged children and youths all over Nigeria.
At the moment, Social Impact Africa currently focuses on educating, empowering and engaging disadvantaged children and youths with digital, technical, vocational and 21st-century life skills in Ibadan, Oyo state.
Through her flagship program known as Redefining African Child Education (RACE) Initiative, Social Impact Africa has provided access to quality education and growth opportunities through fostering educational resource mobilization, life skills development and excellent academic performance needed to spur transformative leadership among disadvantaged children within the ages of 5-16 years.
With the right collaboration, Social Impact Africa plans to build 774 digital civic innovation spaces within Nigeria’s 774 local government areas that will host the following for disadvantaged children in Nigeria:
• Enterprise Challenges
• Summer Innovation Boot-Camp
• Capacity-Building Workshop
• Academic Supports
• Digital Skills Training
• Vocational/Technical Training
• Idea Hackathon,
• Thought Leadership Conference
• Use of Mobile And Web-Based Application to teach practical Steam (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts And Mathematics) Educational Skills.
Social Impact Africa claims to have over four(4) years of proven history of increasing the participation of the youth in civic leadership, entrepreneurship and 21st-century skills among disadvantaged children and youths within Ibadan Oyo State.
For the records, Social Impact Africa has empowered more than 3,500 secondary school students and youths in preparing them for leadership, employment, and entrepreneurship; through mentorship, conference, capacity-building workshops, innovation boot-camp, educational resource mobilization and academic support.
In 2016, Social Impact Africa partnered with MTN Foundation Nigeria in “What Can We Do Together” Initiative in the mobilization of 210 units school furniture and donation of 100 units academic textbook for Apete Ayegun Community School, Ibadan, Nigeria, resulting into excellent academic, career and leadership pursuit.
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