2020-06-08 08:11Press release

More children in Ghana get IT access thanks to Swedish HR Tech company

Children in Ghana in their classroom - IT for ChildrenChildren in Ghana in their classroom

HR tech company Benify has launched a partnership with the independent non-profit organization IT for Children, which offers ICT education and free daily access to computers and the internet for thousands of school children in Ghana.

IT for Children’s work is linked to the UN's Global Sustainability Goal 9C, which aims to "substantially increase access to information and communication technologies and strive for universal and affordable access to the Internet in the least developed countries by 2020."

“We are really happy to announce this partnership. The work that IT for Children does for school children in Ghana is very important, and we look forward to supporting them."
Jesper Johansson, Sustainability manager at Benify

“We are pleased to welcome Benify as a new partner. Thanks to their support, we will be able to help more children in Ghana with a better education through our scholarship program,” says Torsten Kjellgren, CEO and Founder of IT for Children.

Contact Benify:
Jesper Johansson, Sustainability Manager
jesper.johansson@benify.com

Contact IT for Children:
Torsten Kjellgren, CEO and Founder
torsten@itforchildren.org



About Benify

Benify was founded in Sweden in 2004. Today, Benify offers the market’s leading global benefits and total rewards platform with thousands of customers and over 2 million users around the world. Benify’s solution helps employers create an exceptional benefits and rewards experience while reducing benefits administration, automating processes, radically improving the communication of their employee value proposition and ensuring better data governance and management of benefit and reward costs. Benify’s award-winning platform and employee app have reinvented the way modern employers engage with their employees. Learn more at benify.com.

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