Nigeria's government is committed to transforming its education system. Its 2020 vision places education at the heart of the development of its people and future economic success.
However Nigeria’s education system is not functioning effectively and is threatening the country’s chances of future social and economic prosperity. Only around 70% of children of primary school age are receiving a formal education.
Our experts in Cambridge Education have designed and are now managing ESSPIN, funded by the UK's Department for International Development.
ESSPIN has been designed to help develop an education system in which every child in Nigeria is given the opportunity to receive a basic standard of education.
As programme designer, we are assessing educational shortcomings and supporting government, teachers and the communities to create the enabling conditions in which an effective learning environment can be nurtured.