The Ghana-India Kofi Annan Centre of Excellence in ICT and the Centre for National Distance Learning and Open Schooling (CENDLOS) in Accra have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to pool resources and talents for long-term educational achievements. The MOU said that the Centre (AITI-KACE) would collaboratively research, design, develop, and implement digitized platforms and content for educational purposes, according to a statement published by the Centre (AITI-KACE) .
Following the signing of a contract by both sides, it is also to improve service delivery, offer value to clients, and increase income creation.
Through an effective and accountable style of operations, the MOU would utilize each institution’s competitive advantage to support high-quality and long-term outcomes.
“The Centre will conduct feasibility studies on several ongoing CENDLOS operations to identify project effect, commercialization, and finance alternatives,” said Dr Collins Yeboah-Afari, Director General of AITI-KACE.
The Director of CENDLOS, Nana Gyamfi Adwabour, commended the Centre’s achievements and current status in terms of promoting equal access to education for all, and stated that formalizing the relationship was critical for the two organizations.