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We are about digital Solution, Awareness, and digital skills to reduce unemployment and help our students compete globally.
Solving Africa’s unemployment crisis through digital skills and multimedia technology
Nigeria remains africas most populous nation and world most populous black nation. Reason many aare concerned about the poor unemployment rate in Nigeria threatning the stability of the continent. Nigeria’s economy is bleeding and leaving little opportunities for millions of job seekers to earn a living amidst a growing youthful population of graduates. This to many is a time bomb for the continent. As at Q3 2018, the number of unemployed people in Nigeria was put at 9.7 million. As you may know this figure is more than the entire population of some African and European countries. The research also state that about 35 percent of the 9.7million are completely unproductive or did absolutely nothing.
A detailed look at the unemployment numbers is even more daunting. Out of those 9.7 million people, 3.1 million or 32percent have been unproductive for more than 3 years. According to the Nigeria Bureau of Statistics unemployment rate was reported at 23.132 percent as of September 2018 and is projected to hit 33.5 percent by 2020 a burden made clearer with the over 500,000 Nigerian graduates from various higher institutions every year.
This is the reason DIGIVATION ACADEMY in partnership with local and international institutions and well skilled personel is committed to reducing this waiting bomb to a bearest minimum.
Our programme are designed in such a way that participants leave with ready skills to thrive in the workplace and offer value to their potential employers or set up enterprises to employ others.
“We give them an hands on learning experience to get them prepared for new approaches to unlock tremendous opportunities in digital economy amid growing unemployment in Africa.
With well over 47 local and international awards DigiVation remains the only ICT media platform to have won United Nations Economic Commission for Africa/Africa Information Society Initiative Award for best local content, analysis and balanced report in Africa.
INFOTECH NETWORK/DigiVation has inspired similar programmes on television within the sub-region. In 2009, InfoTech Network instituted the Africa Information Society Merit Award adjudged by the industry as the best ever in terms of organisation, quality attendance, and packaging, to mark the tenth anniversary of the programme.
The programme has also given birth to numerous event both local and international some of which include the following:
The programme has won 47 other local and international awards
Rated best twice by UNECA/AISI for BEST LOCAL CONTENT ANALYSES & BALANCED REPORTING
Has viewership of over 70 million audience in Africa, United Kingdom, United States and parts of Europe via satellite
Rated as the TOP BY NACOSS
Rated as the NUMBER ONE BY DON ETIEBET FOUNDATION
Rated BEST by ITAN
Rated BEST by ISPON twice
Only programme RATED BEST BY ATCON
Rated BEST BY THE NIGERIA COMPUTER SOCIETY SEVEN TIMES
Rated by Research Solutions as at par with BCC and CNN Tech Programmes/Reports