INJAZ, Learning Possibilities deliver award-winning technology to MENA

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AMMAN — Jordan’s non-profit INJAZ organization is teaming up with the leading global education-technology provider Learning Possibilities (LP) to bring award-winning technology solutions to the MENA region, said the Jordan News Agency, Petra.اضافة اعلان

After many years of working in Jordan, the partnership will see INJAZ offering Learning Possibilities’ “LP+” platforms, together with local consultancy and support to schools and governments in the MENA region, Petra said.

LP+ platforms are already deployed in many countries worldwide, either directly or through programs run by the Asian Development Bank, UNICEF, and others. They have proven their efficacy, including the solutions that drive the learner’s impact at such challenging times.

Dr Mehool Sanghrajka, Learning Possibilities’ founder and chief executive, said he was “delighted that Learning Possibilities and INJAZ will be partnering in the MENA region to deliver ed-tech solutions.”

“INJAZ has a long history of delivering major educational projects in Jordan and shares both our ethos and vision. We look forward to serving schools and governments to benefit learners after a difficult two years,” he added.

Deema Al-Bibi, INJAZ’s CEO said the partnership “comes at a crucial time for education and technology globally and regionally. INJAZ is excited to combine its rich experience in localized educational programs along with LP’s global virtual learning platforms in the MENA region.”

“This synergy will be a vehicle for high-quality educational experiences that enrich the learning process for school and university students,” Bibi explained.

Sarah Chidgey, Education Sector Lead, UK Department of International Trade said she was “delighted” that the UK’s Learning Possibilities and Jordan’s INJAZ “have formed this joint venture partnership having previously worked together to deliver a World Bank-funded contract.”

“UK education technology is a global leader, an important strand of the UK Government’s International Education Strategy, and Learning Possibilities success showcases how UK innovation in education technology can positively impact millions of students worldwide,” she said. “We look forward to continuing our work with Learning Possibilities to open up further opportunities globally”.

LP has a Global Alliance with Microsoft in Education and has worked in MENA countries for many years.

Mark East, senior education director at Microsoft’s EMEA Region, said his firm is “excited” over the partnership, adding that “it brings to the region proven education solutions and best practice. We look forward to seeing solutions incorporating Microsoft technology, together with education consulting and local presence, support schools to recover and progress in their digital journey.”

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