The Inclusion Hub is the first ever disability friendly digital inclusion focused hub in Nigeria. The hub was recently set up with the support of Google.org through the Google Impact Challenge Funds. The hub was formally opened on Thursday, September 5th, 2019 by the Dr. Joe Okei-Odumakin, a globally renowned humanitarian and chair, Project Enable Africa. The Inclusion Hub is an inclusive and accessible digital hub that was carefully designed to promote learning, innovation, collaboration, co-creation of accessible products and solutions. Importantly, the hub will serve as a center for the promotion of assistive technologies across Africa.
The Inclusion Hub
Our training beneficiaries are connected wth internship opportunities while others are supported with business support services such as business incuba tion, mentorship and funding linkages. Ultimately, the aim of the Inclusion Hub is to provide economic empowerment for people with disabilities through access to information, opportunities, including decent jobs, education and entrepreneurship. We empower our fellows with life skills in leadership and advocacy skills, towards positioning them for complete integration into society.
In addition, we empower our fellows with life skills in leadership and advocacy skills, towards positioning them for complete integration into society. The Inclusion Hub promotes the access of persons with disabilities to practical and economically viable skills that are not only relevant for the 21st century workplace, but also for the future of work. The area of training we currently offer to our fellows include coding programming. 3-D Animation, Digital Business Management, Data Analysis, Web Development, and Graphic Design and Photo/Video Editing.