Capital News reports “Airtel supports 41 schools in LEAP Hubs with free Internet”

June 17, 2015
Global Peace Foundation

Bharti Airtel, a leading telecommunications service provider with operations in 20 countries across Africa and Asia has partnered with the Chandaria Foundation and the Global Peace Foundation to support 41 schools in Kenya in the LEAP Hubs entrepreneurship program through the provision of free Internet connection.

Launched in March 2014, LEAP Hubs allows
students to be creative and innovative./CFM NEWS

Launched in March 2014, LEAP Hubs are dedicated space within secondary schools where students are incubated and nurtured to be creative, innovative and be able to launch sustainable business ventures and social enterprises.

Through the partnership, Airtel will offer free Internet connection to students within the program who use the internet to access online resources and tools that help nurture and develop their business ideas.

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