AmaliTech, in partnership with the German Development Cooperation, has donated over 60 desktop computers and other infrastructure to the IT Department of the Takoradi Technical University.
In a short handing-over ceremony organised at AmaliTech Training Centre, the Head of Training at AmaliTech, Salami Suleiman, stated, “We believe that the newly acquired desktop computers will go a long way to help the university to meet some of its IT infrastructure demands. We aim to positively impact the students and the university, as the computers will provide access to the latest technology, allowing the students to keep up with the fast-paced digital world”.
The handing-over ceremony was graced by German Development Cooperation (GIZ) officials, AmaliTech and the Takoradi Technical University.
Students of the institution will have access to a wealth of information and resources that will aid in their studies and research, leading to a more well-rounded education.
AmaliTech believes that education plays a vital role in shaping the future of any society, and providing access to technology is a crucial aspect of it. With the growing population of IT students being admitted to the institution, there’s a continuous need to increase the IT infrastructure required to deliver the needed training.
We hope this will strengthen our partnership with the university as we strive towards providing quality education to all.