Aurora donated 20 computers to Leaders Collage for their new IT lab

16.10.19

Today Aurora Foundation donated 20 computers and monitors to Leaders Collage. The computers will be used to establish a new IT lab that will be named Leaders’ College-Aurora Foundation Lab. Paul Jibateh, the Collage Register and Babatunde Lewis, it’s IT specialist received the Computers on behalf of the Collage. They expressed their sincere thanks and appreciation to Aurora and expressed their wish that this was just the start of a future collaboration. The Collage would be happy to cooperate on future courses with Aurora.

Leaders’ College offers a broad range of courses, among them are Tourism&Hospitality, WASH Education, and High Impact Entrepreneurship.

It was SAMSKIP that made this donation possible, but they had given Aurora the computers earlier in the year as well as shipping them to Freetown. Aurora sincerely thanks SAMSKIP for the continued fruitful cooperation.

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