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    • Global Potential to Empower Disconnected Communities as Learn Appeal Launches e-Learning Capsule in Kenya

      Learn Appeal | London, UK |

      Learn Appeal, the e-learning charity, announces the pilot of its revolutionary offline e-learning initiative in rural Kenya. The launch of the Learn Appeal Capsule in Nyamira, Kenya last month underscores the charity's mission to build skills and empower local disconnected communities who either do not have access to the internet or lack the required purchasing power – common challenges in Kenya and around the world.

    • Learn Appeal brings learning to the disconnected with industry-wide support

      Learn Appeal | London, UK |

      Learn Appeal, the education and learning technology charity, has announced its progress on unlocking access to learning for thousands of people across the UK and Africa. With unique cross industry support, the charity’s ground-breaking solutions were shared at the 2017 Learning Technologies Awards in London last month.

    • Learn Appeal announces appointment of new CEO

      Learn Appeal |

      Learn Appeal, the e-learning industry charity, today announces the appointment of Lesley Price as its new Chief Executive. A veteran with over 30 years’ experience, Price will lead on stakeholder engagement, creating awareness and fundraising initiatives across the learning community to support educational causes worldwide. Technology-enabled learning has the potential to change lives, and this is central to Learn Appeal’s mission.

    • eLearning Industry Charity announces its launch at Learning Technologies

      Learn Appeal |

      The eLearning Industry Charity will be a newly registered UK charity with the aim of harnessing the charitable work that many eLearning companies already do into a focused, well-planned endeavour to raise substantial funds for large-scale projects that have a learning connotation. The newly formed charity is enjoying its official launch at Learning Technologies 2013. Come to Stand 4 to learn more about the charity and to find out how to get involved

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