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Project Enable Fellowship 2018

As we commemorate the United Nations International Day of Persons with Disabilities today, we are glad to announce that the Project Enable Fellowship (PEF) 2018 application process has now come to an end and we have selected 20 young persons across Lagos state as 2018 Project Enable Fellows.

We are glad to induct and work with these fellows within the next few months. We will provide ICT training and internship opportunities for them through the Disability-friendly Digital Hub we have set up.

The Fellows will be officially announced on December 19th, at the launch of the Disability-friendly Hub in Lagos.

Special appreciation to the the United States Consulate, Lagos, for supporting this initiative. We also appreciate all our partners: JONAPWD, HACEY, Access Bank, LASODA, Action Health Inc. for their support.

– Project Enable Africa

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