The provided service allows school-to-school communication through video sharing.
MTN uses the campaign to interact with students and teachers to promote the use of ICT.
Cynthia Lumour, corporate services executive at MTN Ghana, said their cloud services make e-learning available through supplying technology as part of achieving the company vision of delivering a bold new digital world to stakeholders, including teachers and learners.
She said: “As part of this year’s Yello Care Challenges, MTN is using video conferencing through cloud services to make teaching more functional and effective.”
Taking educational development of youth seriously, Lumour said 10 regions in Ghana will be equipped with ICT centres of learning.
Thanking participating high schools Osu and La Presbyterian, Lumour hopes other schools will also engage with the technology.
Margaret Henrietta Osei, acting headmistress in charge of academics was grateful towards MTN, saying students and teachers should take advantage of the service to improve their teaching and learning.