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US-BASED TECH FIRM DONATES TO ZAMBIA RESEARCH, EDUCATION NETWORK

TAMPA-based Educational Technology (EdTech) company, Astria Learning, has a donation of K100,000 to the Zambia Research and Education Network (ZAMREN) for their infrastructure fundraising.

                    Jeff Bordes

Astria Learning Chief Executive Officer and Founder Dr. Jeff Bordes believe that ZAMREN is critical to the evolution of Education because, without connectivity, learning would not happen anymore.

“In the nine years of Astria Learning advocating for eLearning, it is great to see more steps being taken,” he said.

Dr. Bordes also expressed his desire to see Zambia’s future shaped by students and the youths be realized and this can only be achieved through advancements in research and education.

“It is for this reason that Atria Learning continues to partner with institutions such as ZAMREN to provide tools necessary to make learning easy.

“I urge all cooperating partners to join the wagon and support ZAMREN through all its initiatives.” Dr Bordes adds.

The tech company has since 2012 engaged institutions through service provision to allow for quality service delivery and we have strived to ensure to deliver 110% to all our partnerships.

Astria Learning over the years continues to partner and support various initiatives that support advancements in education and seeks to realize more.

Astria Learning through its Zambian Office also continues to open its doors to all stakeholders to realize effective partnerships that will enhance quality service delivery to drive the economy of the country.

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