Social enterprise aims to empower, upskill youths via elearning app

Raudhah flanked by (from left) Accelerate Global head developer Abhishek Singh, producer and editor Fran Zulfikarpasic, community lead Hifni As’Ari and associate Feras Jalal at the launch of the Aceducation elearning platform in Kuala Lumpur.

Accelerate Global has launched its elearning platform called “Aceducation”

Founded in 2019, this youth-led social enterprise aims to develop young adults into becoming independent and self-sustainable.

Speaking at the event at OpenHouse KLCC in Kuala Lumpur, Accelerate Global chief executive officer and founder Raudhah Nazran said: “Aceducation is not just an e-learning platform, it will also democratise and revolutionise the education system to a whole new level.

“This 1:1 model platform provides equitable opportunities and education to all youths no matter who they are and where they come from.

“This makes Accelerate Global the first social edutech enterprise to really champion access to education for all,” she added.

Aceducation features all of Accelerate Global’s signature career, entrepreneurship and personal growth programmes to ensure youths are given the tools they need to meet life head on.

The social enterprise has to date impacted more than 7,000 youths across South-East Asia and has garnered the trust of 69 investors both local and abroad.

Accelerate Global called upon all youths, parents and partners to sign up to its e-learning platform.

It also welcomes corporations and multinationals that wish to form partnerships through corporate sponsorships or corporate social responsibility (CSR) projects.

Aceducation is available via Web App, Apple Store and Google Play Store.

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