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Microsoft Nigeria to give digital skills to 6,000 students

Tuesday 31 May 2016 | 11:39 CET | News
Microsoft Nigeria, in partnership with the Future Project and the Zariah Elizabeth Foundation (TZE Foundation), is set to empower 6,000 public school students in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory of Nigeria with basic skills in Kodu, Minecraft, HTML and CSS, CommunicationsWeek reported. The initiative, part of a larger campaign to get #1MillionFingersCoding, has been called Code2Create and intends to train 600 students in 10 schools across the Federal Capital Territory.

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Companies: Microsoft
Countries: Nigeria
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