Orange is launching an offer in Africa to provide access to educational content from the best international universities and training centers
Orange and the CNED (National Distance Learning Centre) have announced a partnership to facilitate access to educational content on smartphones in Africa. The announcement was made during the Global Partnership for Education Summit in Dakar (Senegal), which was attended by Emmanuel Macron, President of France, Jean-Michel Blanquer, French Minister of National Education, Stéphane Richard, Chairman and CEO of Orange, and various representatives of education and training in Africa.
Hundreds of thousands of African students have difficulties accessing high-quality educational content. To address this, Orange is launching an offer in Africa to provide access to educational content from the best international universities and training centers.
In the fields of education and training, Orange wants to allow everyone – student, teacher or individual – to acquire new knowledge and skills in the best conditions, from a university, a training center, or at home.
Orange’s direct contribution to this ambitious project, which is essential for development in Africa, is based on its infrastructures and networks …read more