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KEEP-Liberia Graduates 36 Children in Computer Literacy

by Francis Pelenah Jr,

Monrovia – Monday December 13, 2021 – Over thirty Liberian children have graduated from a digital literacy training program powered by the Kids Educational Engagement Project (KEEP).

The children were drawn from twenty one public and private schools, as well as partner institutions of KEEP-Liberia.

The children were put through five months of intensive training in basic computer operations, including Microsoft Word, Excel and other courses.

Speaking at the closing program over the weekend, KEEP-Liberia Executive Director Mrs. Brenda Moore said the training is to ensure that students leave high school with requisite computer knowledge that will make them competitive.

“We have noticed that many of our children are leaving high school without any formal computer knowledge and being an organization that champions literacy, we decided to implement this program to give children the platform to advance themselves through technology education” Madam Moore told ELBC news after the graduation program on Saturday, December 4, 2021 at the YWCA in Congo Town.

Madam Moore then called on Parents to take advantage of the free computer training and enroll their Children.

KEEP-Liberia collaborated with COMAX Technology Academy to provide the digital literacy training for the thirty six children.

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