The electronics giant Samsung has unveiled an initiative to open a school called “Smart School” at the Ahfad University for Women in Khartoum, Sudan.
The school will be a learning center for students providing fast and reliable access to data, said Samsung Electronics Africa. According to the South korean firm, the school will be equipped with 30 workstations, a server and electronic whiteboards to facilitate interaction between students and teachers.
“Sudan’s future rests on the potential of its youth. With this in mind, we are very happy to help change the face of teaching and learning in Sudan by providing solutions to schools as Ahfad University for Women. “Said Kyoung he Min, general manager of Samsung Sudan.