Avanti Communications demonstrates capabilities for online learning programs in South Sudan
A team from Avanti Communications demonstrated their capabilities and experiences in implementing an online learning program in remote areas across South Sudan. The demonstration was held on Monday at the Ministry of General Education and Instruction in the country’s capital, Juba.
The Ministry of General Education and Instruction is planning to introduce an online learning program in the country to equip the people of South Sudan with digital skills, especially in remote areas where access to education is limited. The project aims to prepare the coming generations for technological innovation.
The Minister of General Education and Instruction, Awut Deng, said the project would benefit the people of South Sudan in building digital skills. The National Minister of Information Communication Technology and Postal Services, Michael Makuei Lueth, assured his ministry’s commitment to cooperate with the Ministry of General Education in implementing the proposed digital learning program in the country. On his part, the Deputy Minister of Information, Dr. Jacob Maiju Korok, emphasized the project’s importance in preparing the youth for their technological future.
The team demonstrated its capabilities in providing internet connectivity and other necessary infrastructure for a successful online learning program in South Sudan.
The demonstration was well-received by the Ministry of General Education and Instruction, and further discussions will take place to finalize the project’s timeline and implementation plan.
Overall, the project’s proposed digital learning program in South Sudan is a vital step towards equipping people with digital skills and preparing the youth for the technological future. The collaboration between the Ministry of General Education and Instruction and Avanti Communications is an exciting development that could bring positive change to the country’s education sector.
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