Lancaster High School
International Business Alliance Program
It is our mission to gain a global perspective and to help give back to the community. We are willing to fulfill our promise by implementing our individual skill sets. We can aid growing communities such as Nigeria by increasing accessibility to tangible and intangible resources. Our goal is that when working with the computer repair business, we can uphold the values of Mr. Muhammad Sani Dauda and expand his impact on the community.
Our primary focus is to improve Mr. Muhammad Sani Dauda’s target market by improving the detection of processor failures and helping to solve that problem. We will also help find a solution to boost laptop batteries or bring back dead laptop batteries to life. Furthermore, we will provide new ideas for marketing techniques which will helped Mr. Muhammad Sani Dauda’s business grow and prosper. We are committed to broadening his constant community connection while expanding his business capabilities. Through our dedication for this project, we hope to aid the efforts of providing better opportunities and also connecting the city with a powerful technological business presence.
As dedicated innovators, this initiative is our promise to better ourselves as leaders as well as Mr. Muhammad Sani Dauda’s company and community. This company has a potential to become the start of a new movement of development in Bauchi, and our hope, as current high school students, is to accomplish this great change for the world.
Our Global Young Innovators Initiative Business Partner
Joint Hands Communication
Joint Hands Communication Statistics
- Business Type:Computer Business Center
- Business Owner:Muhammad Sani Dauda
- Location:No. 1 Shira Rroad, Along Zango – Federal Low cost Road, Bauchi, Bauchi state
- Business Production Capacity:10 people a day
- Number of People Employed:3
- People Directly Benefiting from the Business: 12
- Employees’ Children who are attending school:5
Story of the Business:
Muhammad has always had an aptitude for computer trainngs and repairs this drew him to learn all he could at an early stage and eventually he began the business. Muhammad Sani began working with the center in 2011. He was put in charge of website and software design. Sani graduated from Federal polytechnic Bauchi in the same year, where he read Computer science. Since then he has been with the center.
He is the first born of his family of 5 children. His father is a civil servant married with one wife. His father sponsored his education through primary till he finished his higher education.
It was at this time that Leadership Initiatives took notice of Sani as a community leader and provided him with business management training along with a few additional skills from an LI hired computer trainer (although the trainer admits that Sani taught him a number of things as well) and with LI’s support found local funding to create a computer business center.
Sani has been able to assist his family financially because of the center. He enjoys working with the center. He sees it as an opportunity to boost his skills and enhance his potential. This has also exposed him to more opportunities and challenged him to seek more knowledge.
M.S Dauda provides the local community with low-cost computer training and repairs and has become a hub for computer training and printing service. Many Nigerian high school kids have had the opportunity of receiving low cost computer training during their summer break with M.S. Dauda. These services have allowed multiple families and individuals who couldn’t afford computer training in other high end schools to get the needed training. M.S is also training community members looking to develop their skills computer services so they can apply to the growing computer job market within Nigeria.Because of the success of M.S computer training program, government agencies and schools have hired their services to provide low-cost training to their government officials, teachers and students. The demand is so high Muhammad and his team have traveled to 14 different areas within Bauchi state, providing computer training to over 200 people this year alone.