The Ntha Foundation with funding from The World Bank through The Public Private Partnership Commission has commenced its third cohort of the Digital Skills and Innovation Grants Training.
Ntha Foundation through Digi Savvy Africa aims to contribute to overcoming the Eastern region’s digital divide by setting up an Educational Hub in Mangochi under the Kwathu Innovation & Creative Centre.
With support from the Malawi Government, through the Public Private Partnership Commission, under the Digital Malawi project funded by the World Bank, The Ntha Foundation is establishing an innovation and creativity hub in Lilongwe, Malawi. The hub will be implementing the Digital Skills and Innovations project, in the form of digital skills trainings, targeting the youth.
Apply for the #NyenyeziFellowship – a Ntha Foundation flagship program. We accept applications all year, and make our selection once a year.
The Ntha Foundation invites applications from individuals and organisations that would like to like to apply on behalf of eligible individuals, who are looking for an opportunity to enhance their capacity in information and communications technology (ICT), to enroll into the 12 week Digital Skills Training Program, which starts in June, 2021.
The Malawi Government, through the Public Private Partnership Commission, with funding from the World Bank, launched the digital skills project in Mzuzu, Malawi.