About DL4ALL

The Digital Literacy for All Initiative (DL4ALL) aims to bridge the digital divide in Nigeria by training a critical mass in foundational digital literacy skills. This initiative is strategically designed to propel Nigeria towards a 70%digital literacy level by 2027. This initiative recognises the urgency to equip individuals with the necessary tools to:

  • Access and utilise online resources for education, employment, and government services safely.

  • Protect themselves online from cyber threats and misinformation.

  • Communicate and collaborate effectively using digital tools.

  • Develop the digital fluency required for many in- demand jobs.

Target Beneficiaries

The DL4ALL Initiative aims to reach a broad and diverse population across Nigeria to bridge the digital divide.

These include:

Children & Youth

Equipping the younger generation with digital literacy skills will prepare them for future careers and foster innovation in the digital economy.


Upskilling the existing workforce with digital literacy will enhance employability and participation in the online world.

Senior Citizens

Empowering older adults with digital skills will facilitate access to essential services, improve social connections, and combat digital isolation.

Training Proficiency Level

The DL4ALL initiative has training content at two proficiency levels:

  • Foundational Level – for learners with no prior experience using technology.
  • Intermediate Level – to build upon foundational skills and offer training in more advanced digital applications relevant to study, work and daily life.

Training Delivery Channels

Online Learning Platforms

User-friendly online content on learning management systems (LMS) and social media platforms for individuals to access modules at their own pace.


A national network of digital literacy trainers will be equipped with the necessary skills and knowledge to effectively deliver the curriculum across different regions and demographics.

Integration with Existing Education Systems

Collaborating with Federal and State Ministries of Education to implement the integration of digital literacy modules into existing curriculums.

Offline Learning Materials

Provision of printed booklets for learners in areas with limited internet penetration.

Mobile Training Units

Mobile training units with technology and trainers to reach remote communities with limited access to resources.

In-Person Workshops

Conducting workshops in collaboration with community centres, libraries, and faith-based organisations, particularly in rural areas.