As unemployment rises to almost 20%, with underemployment even higher among youth, Nigeria needs creative solutions for its teeming youth population of over 90 million. Junior Achievement (JA) Nigeria will enhance their award-winning Company programme entrepreneurial training curriculum to include digital skills training and then expand into more secondary schools, in more cities across Nigeria. They are aiming to reach 50,000 students by 2025. JA Nigeria will also partner with credible organisations to develop additional cutting edge content for entrepreneurship boot camps for outstanding Company programme students in order to develop 10,000 young digital entrepreneurs by 2025.
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