KEEP is excited to report that early this month, APM Terminals donated 12 used desktop computers to support our plans to open Learning Resource Centers across Liberia.

The computers come at a time when KEEP has been writing various individuals and organizations to support its first resource center which it hopes to launch in early may this year.

Making the donation on behalf of AMP Terminals, Ms. Alimata Zoe Johnson the Head of HR said that the project is a laudable one and they at APM terminals are proud and excited to support such grassroots initiatives. She noted that education is the bedrock of any nation and Liberia is no exception. She said the plan by KEEP to start teaching the students computer literacy early is commendable.

KEEP’s founder, Ms. Brenda Moore thanked APM Terminals for the continued support over the years and expressed her excitement and appreciation to the company for supporting their efforts in educating students across the country, starting with the first resource center. She said that the donation of the computers will help them equip their first resource center where they intend to provide free computer literacy training to over 800 students.

Thanks APM Terminals.

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partial view of the donated computers