Digital Peers International

...showcasing digital excellence amongst youth

82 days, 14 hours, 14 minutes, 41 seconds since DIGITEST 2014.
  • As a contribution towards the development of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in Nigeria and West Africa, an initiative, Digital Peers International (DPI) was created in October 1999 as a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) with a primary purpose of promoting interest in ICT among women and children (able and disabled) using non-conventional learning methods.

    The group identifies and develops talented and gifted children in ICT for social and economic development. DPI also aims at building a virile capacity for the nation by identifying gifted children and exposing them to ICT, which are necessary ingredient for sustainable development.

    The following are the programs organized by DPI;

     

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Imagine a car traveling without fuel! Impossible, right?

Imagine a featherless-bird also trying to fly! Pretty impossible!!

Digital Peers International (DPI) identifies talented and gifted children and develops them through early introduction to virile ICT capacity building training programs with astute trainers. This process aims at raising an IT savvy generation that will sustain and contribute to the socio economic development of Nigeria and Africa at large.

Information and communication technology (ICT) is a technical term that includes IT as well as telephonic, broadcast media, and other kinds of audio and video processing and transmission. Hence, ICT is a more general term that focuses on the role of communication in information technology.