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Irish Minister awards ICDL certificates during his visit to Kenya

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The Irish Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade Mr. Simon Coveney recently visited Kenya on his first official visit to the country. During his two-day visit, he had several appointments with Irish oriented businesses in the country, ICDL Africa being one of them. On 10th November 2017, he awarded top students from Institute of Advanced Technology (IAT) with ICDL certificates at the Embassy of Ireland. The Minister emphasized and encouraged digital literacy as a way out of unemployment.

ICDL is a leading digital literacy program offered globally including Kenya. ICDL offices are headquartered in Dublin.

Institute of Advanced Technology is one of the largest partners offering ICDL program in Kenya.

Group photo with the Irish Minister.

Certificate presentation by the Irish Minister.

Tags: Education