I Love The Planet is a global nonprofit organization with offices in the USA and EU. We are proud to announce that the new African I Love The Planet office is registered in Nigeria on 23 September 2020.
Nigerian office is the main I Love The Planet office for the Africa continent.
I Love The Planet nonprofit organization as the main targets that promote ecological awareness and free educational content to the world. We will publicize and create appropriate projects and campaigns to promote these efforts too.
Our primary focus in Nigeria and Africa area will be to establish free online educational training. Education is one of the main keys to progress! Education gives us knowledge of the world around us and changes people into something more quality and better.
Education gives more stability in people’s lives, and it’s something that no one can ever take away from you. By being well-educated, you increase your chances for better career opportunities and open up new doors for yourself.
We are not focused on college degree education because it is too long and too theoretical and not in touch with reality. Sure, without a doubt, college education works pretty well for many professions, especially as medical, law, and similar, more strict educational targets.
However, times have changed. We are not in the 60s and in the 80s anymore.
What matters more is to learn the skills to do a specific job and a certificate that shows you studying that one more focused niche. Areas like that can be learned more quickly and productive. Content of these training types is usually fully up-to-date and generally missing in college type of education.
That will be our focus and primary mission for Africa.
Quality online courses offer students greater control over their learning by enabling them to work at their own pace and time. A recent article in Forbes offers some good insight into the state of online learning. Researchers have begun diving into how efficient online learning is compared to classroom education, and the results are positive.
Online education is the key for Africa on top of all because people can not go physically to classrooms every day at all. Additionally, due to COVID-19, education has changed dramatically, with the phenomenal rise of e-learning, whereby teaching is undertaken remotely and on digital platforms.
This all makes us sure that we are making the right decisions to help FREE educate African people.