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MyMobileUni Content Partner For Microsoft Malaysia’s M-Powered Portal

Press release from: LTT Global
MyMobileUni Content Partner For Microsoft Malaysia?s M-Powered Portal
MyMobileUni Content Partner For Microsoft Malaysia?s M-Powered Portal
M-Powered is the first of its kind portal in ASEAN that Provides employment and entrepreneurial opportunities as well as learning resources via partnerships for Disabled People.

April 13, 2017 - Kuala Lumpur. Microsoft Malaysia officially launched M-Powered, a first of its kind portal in ASEAN that provides employment and entrepreneurial opportunities as well as learning resources for persons with disabilities. The integrated portal by Microsoft Malaysia empowers people with special needs and is in line with United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 4, to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all.

It was indeed apt and awesome start to MyMobileUniversity’s 5th Anniversary celebration this year, when we became the Content Partner Microsoft Malaysia’s M-Powered Portal.

M-Powered was launched by YB Dato’ Seri Ong Ka Chuan, Minister of International Trade and Industry II, on April 13 2017. Also present at the launch were Senator Bathmavathi Krishnan of Dewan Negara and Dr Astrid Tuminez, Senior Regional Director, Corporate, External and Legal Affairs, South East Asia, Microsoft Corporation, as well as from the government officials and other representatives from non-profit organisations such as MaGIC, Dialogue in the Dark, universities such as Sunway, Taylors, APU, UNITAR and more.

YB Dato’ Seri Ong Ka Chuan congratulated Microsoft and all the partners for creating such a unique portal that encourages capacity building, employability as well as entrepreneurship and inclusiveness. In addition, YB Dato’ Seri also said, “The government has identified inclusiveness and well-being as thrusts for community development in the 11th Malaysia Plan. Private-public sector collaboration is an important part of realizing this vision and programs like M-Powered are the perfect role models”.

Mobility, Marketability and Mission-Driven - M-Powered is the first of its kind in ASEAN and comprises 8 pillars: employers, employees, development of inclusive technology and applications, online marketplace to market products created by persons with disabilities, academia, volunteering, civil society & NGOs, and mentoring.

Our mission is to empower every person and every organisation on the planet to achieve more, and we see technology as a powerful enabler. M-Powered is in line with our efforts to build a more inclusive world and to ensure benefits of the digital economy are equitably shared across everyone. We recognize the exemplary efforts of all the partners in making M-Powered a success and applaud the government’s support in leveraging technology to improve the lives of citizens,” said Dr Astrid Tuminez, Senior Regional Director, Corporate, External and Legal Affairs (Southeast Asia), Microsoft Corporation, during the launch today.

M-Powered aims to offer access to job listings for the disabled community as well as offering technical and soft skill learning opportunities. It has been developed by Microsoft in collaboration with MaGIC, non-profit Dialogue in the Dark, as well universities like Sunway, Taylors, APU, UNITAR and content from MYMobile University, with support from Ministry of Human Resources, SME Corp and SME Bank.

About MyMobileUniversity

My MobileUniversity is one-stop center to access free and quality learning content that offers learning on-the-go. MyMobileUniversity provides students with scalable, online learning solutions, as global students, professionals, and businesses have to remain relevant in their pursuit of success and competitive.

About LTT Global

Briefly, LTT Global Communications, a global pioneer and an award winning mobile learning company, has been participating, understanding, tracking, creating awareness through its various initiatives, since 2004, to encourage and support the growth of the mobile eco system. The company's vision is to enrich and empower human capital development by making learning accessible and affordable. Our learning platform is in line with United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 4, to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all. LTT Global actively participates in joint activities together with the public, private sectors and academia to help create awareness and encourage these informal methods of learning, and how it can reach a growing population of people who already possess the mobile device and how we can leverage on this device to promote human capital development. LTT Global is a key learning partner for projects in India, Nepal, Liberia, Uganda and Malaysia. We work closely with, among others, the World Assembly of Youth and the Association for People with Special Needs. Our recent project was a blended Hospitality English program in Sulawesi together with the City of Toraja and Asia Global Raya as our Educational Partners.

Rani Wemel,
Co-Founder/COO
Email: founders(at)MyMobileUni(dot)com

LTT Global Communications Sdn Bhd (Co.Reg:652032-D)
P-157, 1st Floor Perdana Shopping Centre,
No. 15 Jalan PJU 8/1,
Bandar Damansara Perdana,
47820, Petaling Jaya,
Selangor Darul Ehsan,
Malaysia.

Phone: (+603) 7732 3443

Email: founders@mymobileuni.com

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