Digital Learning and Digital Skilling

Digital Learning and Digital Skilling

Hope Foundation is championing digital learning and digital skilling (DL&DS for the both refugees and host in Imvepi Refugee Settlement and Rhino Camp Refugee Settlement in West Nile region of Uganda the digital with support from UNHCR. DL&DS is a project designed to provide market relevant digital skills and knowledge, increase accessibility to digital learning and connectivity for refugee and host community adolescents and youth (A&Y) and support advocacy and policy innovation.
The digital skills package is a user-friendly three-level digital and 21st century skills modules developed based on the needs of young people in Uganda, different levels of ICT among young people, and digital skills wanted in the local and international labor market. The three-level digital and 21st century skills will build ICT competencies and digital skills of adolescents and youth at three levels with focus on five core digital competencies. Trainees will also acquire 21st century skills through a specific session as part of the three-level digital and 21st century skills modules. The skills
acquired by adolescent and youth are employability skills that respond to general needs of the different segments of the labor market.