UNICEF partners Bharti Airtel Africa — Remote Learning and Financial Assistance

Published on May 23, 2020
Current Context: United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) partnered with Bharti Airtel’s Africa Arm to support the school children in the COVID-19 affected areas and provide them
UNICEF partners Bharti Airtel Africa — Remote Learning and Financial Assistance
access to remote learning and to grant financial support to their families via mobile cash transfer.
  • The partnership will prove helpful to about 133 million school childrens who are affected in 13 countries across sub-Saharan Africa due to COVID-19.
  • Airtel Africa will make the use of mobile technology to telecast educational content at zero rate
  • The cash assistance will help the families to ensure their health safety and face an economic crisis in the COVID-19 pandemic situation
  • Static Part: 
    • HQ of UNICEF: New York
    • President of UNICEF: Rabab Fatima
    • Executive Director of UNICEF: Henrietta H. Fore
    • CEO and MD of Airtel Africa: Raghunath Mandava

Question: 

Q.1 With whom Airtel Africa has partnered to grant remote learning and financial assistance to the COVID-19 affected areas of sub-Saharan Africa?
a. WHO
b. UNICEF
c. African Government
d. IMF

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