SkyVision supports students at Ghana’s Crossover Academy

crossover-international-academy-GhanaSkyVision's donation will allow students across Ghana to access online educational programmes and related e-learning tools. (Image source: Crossover International Academy)Global IP telecommunication service provider SkyVision donates its satellite connectivity solutions to support students at Ghana’s Crossover International Academy

The donation included enhancing the academy’s communications equipment with the support of VT iDirect and providing Internet connectivity for an extra year, allowing students to access online educational programmes and related e-learning tools, according to the academy 

SkyVision and iDirect began supporting satellite services at the academy in 2013 with SkyVision’s SkyDirect VSAT service, based on iDirect’s platform, delivering broadband connectivity.

SkyVision’s SkyDirect VSAT service based on iDirect’s platform was installed and rolled out throughout the academy, offering reliable Internet access to all students.

“Without SkyVision stepping up and once again, donating a second year of Internet service, we will be forced to shut down our e-learning programmes, said James Conti, co-founder and CEO, Wings for Crossover.

“Seeing the joy in the students’ faces every morning reminds us how much they appreciate this truly generous gift,” added Conti.

Chad Cooper, co-founder, Wings for Crossover, commented, “SkyVision has enabled our students to be educated and to rise above their often difficult circumstances. As a result of SkyVision’s generosity, these children will have the chance to break the cycle of poverty through education, make better lives for themselves, and for the generations to follow.”

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