AVer Donates Visualizers to Allied Nations to Strengthen Educational Development

AVer Information Inc., an award-winning provider of education technology and Pro AV solutions, participated in an initiative event co-hosted by the Global International Education Exchange Major Alliance (GIEEMA) and the Embassy of The Kingdom of Eswatini in the Republic of China (Taiwan). During the event, AVer donated a total of 130 AVer A30 visualizers to ten allied countries, including Eswatini, Marshall Islands, and Palau, taking concrete action to help allies and their Taiwan sister schools engage in international exchange. This supports the upgrade of digital education and innovation in allied countries, echoing the United Nations Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) initiative.

AVer Vice President, Stanley Cheng, attended the donation ceremony and remarked: “We are honored to participate in this significant event and contribute to the digitization of education in our allied countries. Education is the cornerstone of societal progress, and since its inception, AVer has been dedicated to educational technology solutions. We also have long supported rural education in Taiwan. With this donation of the A30 visualizers with speakerphone functionality, we hope to promote international educational exchange and realize the vision of changing the world through education.”

GIEEMA Secretary-General, Brandon K.C. Chang, stated: “This event is a concrete practice of educational diplomacy. We greatly appreciate the enthusiastic participation of the ten allied countries and AVer. Today, we have also signed a memorandum of cooperation with Somaliland, bringing everything together. Through the AVer A30, we look forward to the recipient countries actively using this technology to engage in cultural exchanges by video with their sister schools in Taiwan, jointly promoting educational development in the face of climate change.”

Andrea Bowman, the Ambassador to Taiwan of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, attended the event in person and shared her views: “Our country is also an island nation and needs to prevent coastal erosion caused by climate change more proactively. Our resources are limited, and we need to engage in more exchanges with other cities to tackle the global challenges posed by climate change together.”

A total of 130 A30 visualizers will be donated to Eswatini, the Marshall Islands, Palau, Tuvalu, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Haiti, and Somaliland. This aids Taiwan’s allied nations in embracing technology-assisted learning and opens a new chapter in digital education.

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