Social Impact Project for Marketing and Web Designer to Support Children's Education in Nigeria


How This Works

In the MovingWorlds Institute Global Fellowship, you will learn how to advance your for-good career while getting hands on experience on projects like this one.

Project Description and Impact

Covid-19 has further magnified and exposed the depth of the existing digital divide and the lack of access to technology for low-income Nigerian children, particularly with the shift to virtual learning. Our organization is currently working with an Experteer to develop a short-term and long-term funding strategy that will assist us in securing the needed technology resources for the school.

The short-term funding goal is to develop a crowd funding campaign using a platform specifically designed for this purpose. However, the campaign will increase traffic to our current website as potential donors may want to research and find out more about the school beyond the information provided in the campaign. Our website needs some attention as it was originally created by a past student who has since graduated. Your contribution will ensure our crowdfunding campaign is a success and will help us get the fund we need to continue supporting low-income Nigerian children. 

In addition, we are in need of a marketing/communication experteer to support us in developing content creation and storytelling for our website. This is an incredible opportunity for someone with marketing and communication experience to improve our impact on children´s education in Nigeria.

Learning Opportunity

By participating in the MovingWorlds Institute, you will first learn social impact frameworks and human-centered design before putting your existing skills and new knowledge to action.

Additional Benefits

They can learn about Nigerian culture and history by interacting with us.

Virtual

This project accepts virtual experteers.

About the Hosting Organization

Lekkki Peninsula Affordable Schools is a For-profit with social mission working on Primary/Secondary Education.

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