Airtel gives free Internet to schools
Bharti Airtel has partnered with the Chandaria Foundation and the Global Peace Foundation to support 41 schools in Kenya through the provision of free Internet connection.
Through the partnership, Airtel will offer free Internet connection to students who use the Internet to access online resources and tools that help nurture and develop their business ideas.
The support is part of Airtel’s ongoing community program- Internet for Schools designed to provide Internet connectivity to millions of students across the country.
Speaking at Mary Leakey Girls’ High School, Airtel Kenya Chief Executive Officer Adel El-Youseffi said the program is a lifetime opportunity to sustainably nurture business ideas, serve communities and reduce unemployment in the country.
The program has so far reached out to 15 schools in Nairobi, Kiambu and Machakos counties and is expected to expand to other parts of the country in the coming months.
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