Facilitators of The Yamoransa Model have reiterated their commitment to impact education through technology in Africa.
Through its unique partnership designed to promote sustainable development, The Yamoransa Model donated a technology centre to the Peki-Avetile community in the Volta Region on Wednesday, November 18, 2020.
The project, an ICT lab, which was funded by Helping Africa and Friends of Yamoransa Foundations, had thirty (30) pieces of educational soft wares installed on the computers.
Kafui Prebbie, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of TECHAiDE, the Project Managers of the model told ZionFelix in an interview that they have planned to set up technology centres across Ghana.
Currently, about six (6) technology centres have been handed over to some communities in the country, according to the TECHAiDE CEO.
Kafui stated that The Yamoransa Model and its partners are hoping to hand over a total of eight (8) technology centres to selected communities in Ghana.
He revealed that Yamoransa Model has been in existence since 2016.
Kafui Prebbie stressed on how Asanka, a content delivery system will provide learning tools for pupils who will benefit from this project. Visit myasanka.com for more information about this system.
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