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British Learning and Rotary International Train 250 Healthcare Workers Across Nine African Countries

British Learning.UK, a world-renowned education company trusted by students in over 35 countries for more than 25 years, has successfully completed the training of 250 healthcare workers in Africa. This initiative, part of British Learning’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) efforts, provided a comprehensive Post Graduate Diploma in Nutrition to healthcare professionals in nine African nations at no cost. The countries benefiting from this program include Nigeria, Kenya, Ghana, Egypt, Liberia, Botswana, Algeria, Zambia, and Tanzania. The total value of the free courses provided by British Learning.UK was GBP 50,000.

This significant social initiative was conducted in partnership with Rotary International, one of the largest non-governmental organizations in the world, known for its efforts to eradicate polio with support from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. The collaboration was further strengthened by the active involvement of Rotary District 3141 from India and Rotary District 9141 from Nigeria. Senior leaders from Rotary in Africa (ROTA) played a crucial role in ensuring that the initiative reached genuine beneficiaries across the continent.

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In recognition of this achievement, Dr. Ranjit Bijoor, the Country Head of British Learning.UK, was honored at a prestigious ceremony by the District Governor of Rotary District 3141. The event took place on Saturday, June 29, 2024, at the St. Regis in Mumbai. Dr. Bijoor accepted the award on behalf of Rotary International District 3141 and presented the Rotary District Governor with the Nigerian flag, a token of appreciation from the healthcare workers in Nigeria.

This collaboration highlights British Learning’s commitment to global education and health, showcasing the power of international partnerships in making a positive impact on communities around the world.

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