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HIHMATech International University Partners with AOPL

By Nfor Nkfu

HIHMATech International University has signed a partnership agreement with Africa Online & Publications Liberations Library, AOPL.
The memorandum of understanding was signed August 1st ,2022 in Bamenda, Cameroon

Signing for HIHMATech International University was Dr Shei Claude Nfor, Founder, President while Chengkuag Awan, at the head of a delegation from Rwanda signed for Africa Online & Publications Library AOPL.
The partnership agreement is expected to foster cooperation between the two institutions in areas common to their goals.

In effect, the MoU has as objectives  the collaboration  and participation of both parties for the promotion of higher education, research innovation, and development in Africa.

According to the agreement, AOPL will amongst others provide for HIHMATech, online library infrastructure, disseminate and popularize theses,dissertations and internship reports through its electronic communication media,free research consultancy for her students and as well grant access for her students to AOPL library resources.
On the hand HIHMATech International University, shall ensure that her students are individually registered with an account on AOPL, encourage her students and staff to publish their individual scientific works on the journal section of AOPL,attend AOPL conferences, seminars,symposia and many others.

It should be noted that Africa Online & Publications Library AOPL is a social enterprise established and headquartered in Kigali, Rwanda,with the goal to enhance innovative research and accessibility in Africa through the provision of an online library, publications platform and research assistance.

Meanwhile HIHMATech International University is an open higher learning institution qualified and registered in the state of Delaware,USA and organized to see a world where everyone regardless of region, racial,or religious inclinations has access to much needed higher education skills for Professional and entrepreural development.


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