Recently, LiteHaus International, in collaboration with Niunet, donated 20 computers to St John Ambulance for ambulance education.
SJA PNG is embracing digital platforms for learning, and we recognize that using technology to improve education is consistent with the philosophies of both LiteHaus International and Niunet.
CEO of Niunet, David Valentine expressed great delight towards aiding SJA.
“Niunet PNG has been assisting LiteHaus International in identifying recipients for its Pacific Digital Infrastructure Program, and it gives both of our companies’ great pleasure to be able to assist the St John Ambulance Training Academy with this computer donation.”
“In addition to the hardware donation, we are looking forward to working with SJA over the next few months on their digital learning platform requirements.”
St. John Director of Clinical Services Dr. Arabella Koliwan thanked Niunet and LiteHaus International for their donation.
“This donation will directly support the training of ambulance officers and ambulance clinicians at our ambulance academy by facilitating interactive learning modules, hosting educational and clinical resources, and improving the quality of training.
“They will be a valuable resource not only for initial ambulance training programs, but also for our ongoing professional development.”
“We acknowledge Niunet’s commitment to bridging the gap in access to technology and continuing to support education and now healthcare in its efforts to broaden access to digital learning platforms.”
“These computers will have far-reaching consequences for the communities we serve as we strive to maintain high standards of education and service delivery in the pre-hospital space.”
Dr. Koliwan added that she hopes this donation represents the beginning of sustained partnerships between their organizations.