Telenor powers myME project for underprivileged children

Tuesday 29 November 2016 | 10:29 CET | News
Myanmar Mobile Education (myME) Project, Telenor Myanmar's partner in delivering non-formal education (NFE) programs in Myanmar, has launched advance level-three classes for underprivileged children. The level-three classes will teach digital literacy courses, civic education, conversational English and vocational education to prepare students for the next phase in their careers. Over 30 students who successfully completed myME's level-two program in September are attending the advance classes. The level-two classes taught the students non-formal education in English, introduction to

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Telenor
Countries: Myanmar
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