As a contribution towards the development of ICT in Nigeria and Africa, Digital Peers International (DPI) was created in October 1999 as a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) with the primary purpose of promoting interest in ICT among children, youth and women (able and disabled)…
Beyond ICT, DIGITEST has become a platform for impacting children with the culture of Leadership, entrepreneurship, cognitive development. It is also to learn about careers through the career classes, network with other children from diverse background.
DIGIPALS is a unique School-based ICT club initiated by Digital Peers International (DPI) in 2007. The Club is coming at the heels of a successful annual youth ICT camp, DIGITEST. …
The ‘Girls in ICT’ initiative of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) is a global effort to raise awareness on empowering and encouraging girls and young women to consider studies and careers in ICTs. …
For 19 years, DPI through her various programs have recorded abounding successes in institutionalizing ICT education among Nigerian children, youth and women.
We are working strategically toward a bigger and more impact-pack summer camp, DIGITEST 2019 will be a paradigm shift for Africa’s public service sector and a change in the political narrative of Nigeria. Get ready to be a voice as you plan to REGISTER for #DIGITEST2019.
i am impressed with the ICT skills impacted Into my child at the 2016 DIGITEST IT camp. He now does a lot with software development
DPI and Partners have made the journey possible for me through the Ayo Adeleke Fellowship, a program that seeks to empower graduate with relevant skills as they work for six months