Speaking to The Standard in Doha, Qatar, during the World Innovation Summit for Education, Mike Feerick, Alison’s founder said the learners – either working class women or illiterate women – were looking for certificates for basic and essential workplace skills.
“This goes to show that women all over the world are yearning for education and a chance to transform their lives,” Feerick noted.
Alison has two million learners in the world, with one million of those coming from Africa. Additionally, it has 350,000 graduates who have successfully completed their courses.
Out of those, Nigeria has the highest number with 50,000 online learners while… read the full article here.