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NagaEd receives Acumen Angels Award

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Dimapur, March 2: Digital education platform, NagaEd, has received the Acumen Angels Award, in “recognition of its impactful work in combating educational inequality and empowering tribal communities in the Northeast”.
A press release from NagaEd stated that the award underscores its commitment to tackling the unique challenges faced by students and educators in the region, particularly in Nagaland.
“By leveraging the power of technology and innovative solutions, NagaEd is paving the way for a brighter future for countless individuals. NagaEd is currently making a positive impact in five districts across Nagaland, including the remote areas like Kiphire”, it stated.
Its dedication to educational equity ensures that even students in challenging locations have access to quality learning opportunities, it added.
“This recognition is a true honour and a testament to the tireless efforts of our entire team,” stated Shiroi Lily Shaiza, Co-Founder of NagaEd. “The Acumen Angels Award fuels our passion to bridge the educational gap and empower communities across Nagaland and the Northeast”.
Acumen Angels is a programme by Acumen Academy, a non-profit organisation that supports social innovators around the world.
They award early-stage capital to promising ventures like NagaEd, providing crucial funding to launch, scale, and refine their business models. This investment is guided by Acumen’s belief that both moral character and business competence are essential qualities for entrepreneurs tackling social and environmental challenges.
(Page News Service)

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