Founder of Ibrosoft International Development Foundation, Ibrahim Abdullahi has vowed to empower teachers across the country by improving their productivity and access to Information and communication technology (ICT).
28yr-Old Abdullahi said information technology can ameliorate, enrich and enhance education for the better in Nigeria and Africa.
Ibrahim Abdullahi holds an MSc in PCR, first-class Bachelor Degree, and Diploma in Computer Science. He founded the NGO Ibrosoft that works among other things to help Nigerian leaders understand the role such technology can play to aggrandize success toward Sustainable Development Goal 4.
Ibrahim practically shares knowledge and gives keynote addresses about the many ways technology can facilitate universal access to quality education, bridge learning divides, support the development of teachers, enhance the quality and relevance of learning, strengthen inclusion, and improve education administration and governance.
Through his foundation, Ibrahim has partnered with the Federal Ministry of Education Abuja and officially registered with the Federal Ministry of Budget and National Planning.
Since 2017 to date, Abdullahi has organised over 120 ICT Workshops across 4 of the 6 Geo-political Zones of Nigeria which includes South West, North West, North Central, and North East. The workshops focused on enabling teachers to become professional users of ICT regularly in the schools.
Recent workshop organized in July 2021 took place in Lagos State where several teachers from various schools in Lagos participated.
The 28 year old who is also a philanthropist scans the world for evidence of ICT achievement in education practices in primary schools, secondary schools, universities in high-income countries to formulate policy guidance.
Committed to capacity-building activities, technical advice, fieldworks, conferences and publications, Abdullahi has also published a dozen of international journals, some related to use of ICT in education, which has helped governments and other stakeholders leverage technology for learning.
Besides aforementioned, Ibrahim has supported business men and women to access government intervention on grants and loans. In 2020/2021 alone he helped to generate over N100million COVID-19 interventions for small business owners and startups across various states of Nigeria.