The Edo State Skills Development agency was established by the Edo State Government
to ameliorate the rate of youth unemployment through skills development and job creation,
which will in turn improve the lives of the residents of Edo State. Having commenced in March
2017 as a program under the office of the Governor, it was initially known and referred to as Skill
Development Program now Edojobs. It kick started its activities with a state wide registration of over
100,000 unemployed persons. With the initial target to create 200,000 jobs, which it has since surpassed,
the agency has impacted positively in the skills level and economic wellbeing of residents as well as the State.
We're focused on providing job and business development opportunities for
young Edo residents through Information and Communication Technology (ICT).
The Edo Production Center is an initiative of the Governor Godwin Obaseki-led administration to drive industrial development in the state and provide job opportunities for youths to create wealth.
Edo Creative Hub to provide opportunities for young talentsEdo State government, southern Nigeria, says the State will collaborate with the private sector and other relevant stakeholders to attract investment and create jobs opportunities through the Edo Creative Hub.
The EdoFAC facility at Ehor has existing aggregators who buy farm produce such as cassava, plantain, yam, pineapple, meat among others in large quantities from the farmers and distribute them to different parts of Nigeria.