Government Delegation from Cote d’Ivoire Visits Skill “G” Projects in Nigeria for Possible Partnership

To alleviate poverty and improve the standard of living of the people of Cote d’Ivoire, the Ivorian Government through the Ministry of Solidarity, Social Cohesion and Fight against Poverty is hoping to institute initiatives in this direction.

For this purpose, a delegation from Cote d’Ivoire visited Nigeria in April 2019, to see some projects executed by Skill “G” Nigeria Limited, which include the Integrated Farm for agricultural training in Ekiti State Technical College Ado Ekiti, as well the upgraded Osun State Technical and Vocational Colleges in Osogbo and Ijebu-Ijesha.

Led by Dr. Souleymane Fadiga, the Ivorian delegation was quite impressed with what they saw and is eager to replicate similar developmental projects in their country, through Skill “G”.

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  • Sanitization of Surfaces: Surfaces prone to high usage like door handles, entry gate, pantry area, arm rests, furniture surfaces are frequently sanitized with disinfectants.
  • Staff Covid-19 training:
    The staff of the organizations were trained holistically on precautionary and safety measures. Each staff member knows what to do to guide every visitor or client in basic safety measures. More so, the workers were mandated to observe the standards themselves.
  • Mask up: This was the norm during the pandemic, but the populace easily contravened it. Hence the organization made a mandatory rule of No mask, no entry.
  • Enter with your ID: The possibilities of emergencies were considered; hence all individuals must have their ID on at all times. This allows for easy recognition and also reduces the entrance of loiterers into the organization.
  • Hygiene & Washing of hands: Staff and visitors are encouraged to wash their hands with soap before entering the organization. We further encourage the washing of hands at stipulated breaks.