Alison has teamed up with Aiducation international to enhance digital learning for students.
A global e-learning platform, Alison recently formed a partnership with Aiducation to enhance the provision of up to 2,000 free PDF Certificate and Diploma Vouchers.
Alison CEO, Mike Feerick said that supporting academically talented youths from financially disadvantaged families trough Aiducation is something that all the Alison community are delighted to do.
The selected countries to benefit from the partnership are Kenya, Ghana, Uganda, Tanzania and the Philippines.
According to Aiducation International employee, Alexandra Spälti, the partnership would enable young adults and aspiring leaders to realize their full potential and create positive social and economic change in their communities.
“Through this partnership, Alison enables talented young adults and aspiring leaders to realize their full potential and create positive social and economic change in their communities.
“I am proud to be part of an organisation, which fights for the best cause in this world; to provide bright young minds with access to education. We pursue this goal with passion, integrity and perseverance”, she said
Aiducation international is a “for impact” organisation that sources for scholarships from private individuals individuals in developed countries and awards them to less privileged students in developing countries. The non-profit organisation was founded in 2007 in Kenya and Switzerland.
Recall that in April 2020, Alison announced that it had partnered with Syrian Youth Assembly (SYA) to provide up to 20,000 free PDF Certificate and Diploma vouchers to youth members.
Alison.com, a top e-learning website boasts of over 15 million learners and 2 million graduates. It was founded by CEO Mark Feerick in April 2007. Since its inception 13 years ago, Alison has amassed over 1,500 courses for free access. The award-winning e-learning website alison.com was among the four winners of the 2010 UNESCO King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa Prize. It also won an award at the World Innovation Summit for Education.
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