Education Charity, Camara Benefits from Aurion’s Marathon Efforts

13 May, 2014


After donning their running shoes to take part in the Belfast City Marathon Relay earlier this month, staff from Aurion Learning presented a cheque for £445 to education charity, Camara.

The Aurion relay team completed the 26.2 mile race in 4 hours, 10 minutes.

Funds raised by the online learning and development company will help Camara improve education and livelihood skills in marginalised communities in Africa, the Americas and Ireland using technology.

Since it was founded nine years ago in Dublin, 700,000 children in poor communities have achieved digitally literacy with Camara’s help.

Speaking about the achievement, Ciaran O’Hare, Director at Aurion Learning said:

“Having donated computer hardware to Camara earlier this year, Team Aurion wanted to go one step further and raise funds and make a tangible difference to improve digital literacy skills for those in disadvantaged communities.”

He added:

“As an E-Learning organisation, we think that the work Camara does is important and of benefit to those in the communities they work in. We are glad to support them in their efforts to make 2 million children digitally literate by 2016.”

Pictured: (L-R) Damien Madden, Richard Fox and Chris Kirkwood of Camara and Ciaran O'Hare, Director of Aurion Learning.

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About Camara:

Camara is an international organisation dedicated to using technology to improve education and livelihood skills in disadvantaged communities around the world. With better education, communities have the opportunity to break free from the cycle of poverty they find themselves in.

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