SMART, a US based organization, has donated video conferencing equipment to Lusaka Girls and Chainda Primary schools.
The equipment is meant to enhance pupil’s knowledge on environmental education and culture.
Speaking during the handover, Lusaka District Education Board Secretary IAN MUYOBA said the donation of equipment will promote cultural exchange and sharing of knowledge and information about their respective countries and communities.
Mr. MUYOBA said the ministry will safeguard the equipment and ensure that pupils use it for the intended purposes.
Meanwhile, US School Exchange programme facilitator JONES MPAKATENI said the institution expressed interest to re-engage Zambian schools and have more exchange programmes.
And, Wildlife Conservation Zambia Lusaka Branch Chairperson, ACKIM BANDA said the partnership will promote technological transfer among learners and exchange of best environmental practices.
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