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E-learning & Wi-Fi Connectivity for Ghana's Colleges of Education

Twenty-seven public Colleges of Education (CoE) in Ghana will benefit from e-learning made possible through the Mastercard Foundation and UK aid supporting the roll-out of connectivity solutions and the extension of Wi-Fi services to boost virtual teaching and learning. The support will enable the CoEs to improve connectivity on their campuses through the installation of Broadband services as well as the upgrading of technology-assisted teaching and learning solutions to aid virtual lessons for teacher trainees across the country. Read more

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Mastercard Foundation and UK aid's support will enable the Ghana's Colleges of Education to improve connectivity on their campuses through the installation of Broadband services as well as the upgrading of technology-assisted teaching and learning solutions to aid virtual lessons for teacher trainees across the country.

Twenty-seven public Colleges of Education (CoE) in Ghana will benefit from e-learning made possible through the Mastercard Foundation and UK aid supporting the roll-out of connectivity solutions and the extension of Wi-Fi services to boost virtual teaching and learning.

Mastercard Foundation and UK aid are supporting the roll-out of connectivity solutions and the extension of Wi-Fi services to boost virtual teaching and learning for Ghana's Colleges of Education.

Twenty-seven public Colleges of Education (CoE) in Ghana will benefit from e-learning made possible through the Mastercard Foundation and UK aid

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