SAHCO Partners Africa Agility Foundation Girls In Tech Progamme.

The Skyway Aviation Handling Company (SAHCO) Plc and Africa Agility Foundation have partnered to support the Education and Support of Girl’s Child. 

Mrs. Vanessa Uansophia, the Manager, Corporate Communications, SAHCO, in a statement said that Africa Agility Foundation, a non-governmental organisation is dedicated to educating, training and mentoring young Girls in Information Technology (IT). 

The statement hinted that SAHCO provided ultra-modern training facility located in Lagos to training and mentoring of the girls in Information Technology for three weeks at zero cost to the foundation.

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According to the statement, the three weeks training boot camp program, which was tagged: ‘GIRLS in TECH,’ was aimed at empowering the talent economy of Africa, reducing poverty rate and promoting gender equality by proffering digital solutions to certain problems in Africa clime. 

Speaking during the grand finale of the programme, Aanu Gopald, the founder, Africa Agility Foundation, said the corganisation’s mission was to transform lives, one girl at a time through tech education. 

She emphasised that the foundation was dedicated to empowering 500,000 girls by the year 2030. 

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The NGO however appreciated SAHCO with an award, which she said was in recognition of its unwavering support and partnership for Girls in I.T program. 

“There is no better organisation that deserves the award than SAHCO because of its steady support for Girl’s Child Education in Nigeria,” the CEO said. 

Responding, Mr. Basil Agboarumi, the Managing Director, SAHCO, expressed delight at the organsation for finding SAHCO worthy of the award. 

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Agnoarumi promised that SAHCO would continue to do its best to support Girl’s child education. 

He stressed that promoting girls’ education and rights through advocacy, capacity building and awareness creation was a beautiful way to empower women in Nigeria and all over the world. 

Source: independent.ng

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