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Coca-Cola brings lifelong e-Learning to Malaysia

Summary

Coca-Cola has teamed up with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) to bridge the digital divide in Malaysia, and launched in March 2002 the project called “E-learning for life” with the Malaysian Ministry of Education.

Supporting the Malaysian Government’s vision to build a knowledge-based economy, the project will bring e-learning opportunities and ICT training and access to students, teachers and local communities.

A schools competition, organised in partnership with the Malaysian Nature Society and Coca-Cola Malaysia, was organized in May 2006 in the run up to World Environment Day (June 5). Selected school teams were asked to design a multimedia presentation on ‘The Importance of Water Conservation’. The schools were selected under the e-Learning for Life (eLFL) project launched in 2002 by Coca-Cola, UNDP and the Malaysian Education Ministry.