The Public Private Partnership Commission (PPPC) under the Digital Malawi Project (DIGMAP) has reaffirmed its commitment to bringing the digital gap and fostering economic growth among the youths in the country through the implementation of the Digital Skills Development and Innovation initiative called ‘Luntha ndi Chuma’.
Speaking during the symbolic presentation of certificates to graduates from Ntha Foundation, one of the technical (tech) hubs under the Luntha ndi Chuma on Monday in Lilongwe, DIGMAP Assistant Procurement Specialist (Tech Hub) Panganani Killowe said the Luntha ndi Chuma is building human capacity by equipping the youths with digital and entrepreneurship skills fit for the labour market, businesses as well as solving local problems.
He further emphasized that the initiative is opening the way for the graduated tech enthusiasts to participate in the digital space which is key in today’s world as well as in the attainment of the Malawi 2063.
Ntha Foundation Chief Operations Officer Victor Caeser Gondwe said the training under the Luntha ndi Chuma targeted 145 youths who were drilled in digital and entrepreneurship skills.
Through our phase 3 of the Digital Skills Development and Innovation Grants training, we managed to build the capacity of these youths to become capable ICT users who can innovatively apply their skills in their business endeavors and also find jobs that require ICT literacyVictor Caeser Gondwe
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