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Learning Centres in partnership with Edunova

During the first half of this year MTO launched two Learning Centres in Tsitsikamma in partnership with Edunova, a Non-Profit Company that focuses on the effective use of Information and Communication and Technonology (ICT) in schools that are situated in previously disadvantaged communities.

Ribbon cutting at learning centre launch

The learning centres – based in Storms River and Blueliliesbush primary schools - are an expansion of a collaboration that started in 2019 and has provided digital literacy skills to 162 teachers, 640 learners and provided job opportunities to 55 unemployed youth from Tsitsikamma. The learning centres will equip teachers to use applications and various methodologies to improve numeracy and literacy in schools; provide learners with relevant and engaging content and also provide training programmes for the community in collaboration with other partners.

Storms River Learning Centre Launch

On a day-to-day basis, the Learning Centre will be managed by Edunova, ensuring teachers and learners have access to the centre during the day and help facilitate lessons and activities in the afternoon offering programmes such as learning another language, Maths & Science, Coding and Community Training. This will give the community exposure to a host of tools and applications that will enable them to be become employable and improve their digital skills. It is a proud moment for MTO as this intervention bears testimony to our ethos of creating sustainable communities.

Storms River Learning Centre classroom with teachers and students


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