Gender and Child Care Advancement Initiative (G-CCAI) in conjunction with National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) recently established an ICT Training Centre at Government Technical College Enugu under its Knowledge Access Venue (KAV) project.
Speaking during the commissioning of the project in Enugu, Enugu State, the Executive Director, G-CCAI, Mrs. Phil Nneji, who described the project as a journey towards evolving a road map for the future generation, noted that the ITC centre deliberately sited in one of the orgnaisations’s adopted schools in the state, is for the accessibility of the people in the community especially the teaming indigent youths of the state.
“There is no doubt that this noble initiative is our humble way of impacting and contributing to the welfare of the youths and children. The world has become a global village and efforts are being intensified towards achieving sustainable development goals. Thus qualitative education is a panacea in this regard and therefore imperative in the various efforts to bring education to the doorsteps of the young ones. In the light of the foregoing, the importance if a computer education cannot be overemphasized,” Nneji said.
She said further that G-CCAI has mapped out practical strategies to stimulate the minds and inspire creativity amongst the students and youths; this she stressed will enhance the students and youth’s skills acquisition to boost their employment and income generation.
Nneji explained further that G-CCAI is saddled with the responsibility to ensure proper management of the centre for effective maintenance, continuity and accessibility by the students and indigent persons.
Former Attorney General of Enugu State and Chairman of occasion, Mr. Ifeanyi Nwoga, expressed pleasure in chairing the occasion and stated that he identifies with G-CCAI in her objectives, services and course. He commended Mrs. Phil Nneji, for her selfless service to humanity, noting further that she has shown remarkable feat in all facets of endeavours over the years.
“Now, G-CCAI has gone beyond the role of just speaking out but resorted to a pragmatic approach by facilitating the establishment of the NITDA-KAV project/ICT training centre for our teeming youths,” Nwoga said. He called on other NGOs to emulate the good works and bold steps taken by G-CCAI. He lauded the project and appreciated NITDA for the noble initiative.
Enugu State Commissioner for Education and special guest of honour, Prof. Uchenna Eze, applauded the NITDA-KAV project as well as appreciated the effort of G-CCAI in facilitating the project. He appealed to the school authority to ensure the safety of the equipment and accessories. He then promised to foresee to the maintenance, as a way to contribute to the good work of G-CCAI.