Israel has donated an e-learning centre to the Brand Life Vision Foundation (BLVF) to boost virtual teaching and learning for orphans and vulnerable children.
While Inaugurating at the centre, Mr Yotam Kreiman, who is incharge of the Affairs of Israel in Nigeria, said the e-learning centre equipped with modern computers would provide digital services for individuals without access to technology.
Newsmen also reports that the centre was established by the Embassy of Israel, in collaboration with Skill-G, a Nigerian-based private sector-based organisation.
According to him, with the global effect of COVID-19 pandemic, learning has taken different forms as the world adopts virtual option in compliance with rules and regulations of staying safe.
Kreiman also said they are putting great emphasis on education and innovation, to bring those two together to create a place where children can learn.
The BLVFoundation Founder and Coordinator, Hajiya Binta Sidi, commended the Federal Government’s effortsl at tackling challenges of e-learning.
The Newsmen reports that the centre has 20 advanced computers, rest room and e-learning materials.