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Nucleus - Utiva

Regardless of where you are in Africa, Nucleus will make sure tech skills training is accessible to you

Team Lead

Eyitayo Ogunmola

Economic Prosperity

Advancing Girls' Tech Skills in Kenya

2020 Solver Nucleus aims to bridge the digital skills gap in Africa with their tech skills training hardware which can be accessed with or without internet connection. Nucleus developed a partnership with HP worth $50,000, which is supporting them to reach more women and girls in Eastern Africa: over 100 women and girls in Kenya will be trained in tech skills through the partnership. Overall, Utiva’s work has helped approximately 6,500 women and girls and 6,000 young men to access technology skill training.

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