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The Nigeria Learning Passport Gets To The Million Subscribers

UNICEF is delighted to announce that the Nigeria Learning Passport has achieved a significant milestone of one million subscribers. This innovative digital learning platform, which was launched to ensure uninterrupted learning during the COVID-19 pandemic, has now become an indispensable tool in delivering high-quality education to children throughout Nigeria.

The Nigeria Learning Passport is the result of a collaborative effort between UNICEF, the Federal and State Ministries of Education, and various key partners such as Microsoft, Airtel, IHS Towers, Sony, Botnar Foundation, and the Global Partnership for Education (GPE). It offers a wide range of curriculum-aligned educational resources, including interactive lessons, digital textbooks, and self-paced learning modules, catering to students from primary to secondary education levels, as well as teachers and parents.

The achievement of reaching one million subscribers on the Nigeria Learning Passport

The achievement of reaching one million subscribers on the Nigeria Learning Passport demonstrates our shared dedication to ensuring that every child in Nigeria has equal access to quality education, regardless of their location or circumstances. This Nigeria Learning Passport platform is effectively bridging the educational gap and providing invaluable learning opportunities for children to thrive, particularly in remote and underserved communities. Ms. Cristian Munduate, UNICEF Nigeria Representative, expressed, “Reaching this milestone is a testament to our collective commitment in providing children with the means to learn and succeed.”

The Nigeria Learning Passport has played a crucial role in addressing the educational disruptions caused by the pandemic, as well as recent natural disasters and attacks on schools. It ensures that children can continue their education in a safe and supportive environment. The user-friendly interface of the platform has made it easily accessible to learners, and the upcoming offline capability will further enhance accessibility for those with limited internet connectivity, promoting inclusivity in education.

Subjects on the Nigerian learning Platform

The Nigeria Learning Passport offers a range of key features, including:

  • In-depth Curriculum: Covering essential subjects like Mathematics, Science, English, and Social Studies.
  • Availability in local languages: English, Hausa, Igbo, and Yoruba.
  • Interactive Learning: Engaging students with videos, quizzes, and interactive activities.
  • Free platform usage.
  • Data-free access with an Airtel Sim Card.
  • Offline capabilities: Allowing students to download content for studying without an internet connection.
  • Teacher Resources: Equipping educators with tools and materials for effective teaching.

UNICEF expresses gratitude to its partners for their vital contributions to the success of the Nigeria Learning Passport:

  • Airtel: Providing data services to improve accessibility.
  • IHS: Supporting data and connectivity to keep students connected.
  • Microsoft: Providing the infrastructure that powers the platform.
  • Sony and Botnar: Offering funding support for platform development and expansion.
  • Global Partnership for Education (GPE): Funding the platform setup, state technical teams, teacher capacity building, and device supply.

UNICEF Nigeria remains committed to collaborating with Federal and State Ministries of Education and other partners to broaden the reach of the Nigerian Learning Passport and enhance its content to meet learners’ evolving needs.

This achievement signifies a significant advancement towards attaining Sustainable Development Goal 4, which aims to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all. UNICEF is dedicated to creating a brighter future for every child through education and innovation. For more details about the Nigeria Learning Passport, please visit

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