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Access to Remote Learning Coming to 1 Million Nigerian Children

Data Science Nigeria and Malezi have joined hands with the Mastercard Foundation to provide opportunities for continued learning while schools are closed in Nigeria. The initiative, made possible by the Mastercard Foundation COVID-19 Recovery and Resilience Program, is entitled 'Learn at Home', and will enable remote learning through multiple channels to provide learning access for 1 Million children in Nigeria within the next 12 months. "This pandemic continues to upend basic assumptions about where, when, and how we learn and work. Right now, the priority, in terms of education, is ensuring that children learn-no matter where they are or whether they have access to the internet," said Chidinma Lawanson, Country Head, Nigeria at the Mastercard Foundation. Read more

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Data Science Nigeria and Malezi have joined hands with the Mastercard Foundation to provide opportunities for continued learning through Remote Learning while schools are closed in Nigeria.

The 'Learn at Home' project will commence just in time for the back-to-school season in late September/early October 2020 and will prove critical learning for children across the country whether they have access to the internet or are offline.

The Remote Learning initiative, made possible by the Mastercard Foundation COVID-19 Recovery and Resilience Program, is entitled 'Learn at Home', and will enable remote learning through multiple channels to provide learning access for 1 Million children in Nigeria within the next 12 months.

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