ACTDF Interacts with Students: Promises Effective Internet for Enhanced Learning Experience

ACTDF Interacts with Students: Promises Effective Internet for Enhanced Learning Experience

Visiting Nigerian Entrepreneur and philanthropist, Dr. Noah Dallaji, has disclosed that his foundation will provide efficient internet services for students at the University of Liberia to enhance teaching and learning and to promote research.

Dr. Dallaji and delegation are currently in Liberia as guests of the Jewel-Starfish Foundation, as part of efforts to aid less fortunate Liberian youths develop their talents.

According to Dr. Dallaji, his foundation is focused on providing the basic needs of young people so that they do not experience setbacks in their learning processes. “What we do as a foundation is try to incorporate you to make sure you have basic needs so that you don’t have a problem in your studies. One of the things I have found out on this trip is the problem of internet [access] that prevents communication… So for the first time, my foundation, the African Children’s Talents Discovery Foundation [ACTDF] is going to provide you with effective internet”. He pledged.

Dr. Dallaji said the internet service and other facilities will be commissioned   upon his next visit to Liberia soon. He gave the assurance at an information conference held on Friday October 29, 2021, in the auditorium on the Capitol hill Campus, which had hundreds of students in attendance.

Dr. Dallaj and a delegation consisting of businessmen, farmers, engineers, entertainment stars, athletes, researchers, lawyers, academicians, and bankers used the forum to explain and present ACTDF’s various platforms to the students so that they explore the opportunity to excel in their respective disciplines and professional backgrounds.

ACTDF is a non-governmental organization devoted to talent hunting in diverse fields and in different regions. Through the foundation, many Nigerians and youths from across the African continent have been empowered.

ACTDF support covers education, health, skills development, social economic empowerment, arts, music, and entertainment.

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