NubianVR Receives $98,000 Investment From The UNICEF Office of Innovation

NubianVR, a Virtual Reality startup, has received a $98,000 equity free investment from UNICEF through its innovation fund.

NubianVR is a virtual reality innovation company based in Accra, Ghana which provides educators and learners the tools to deliver and receive education in VR.

NubianVr’s partnership with the UNICEF Office of Innovation will also help connect NubianVR to a network of organisations and technologists who are also focused on pushing the needle in the education space.

Our team is excited to have the opportunity to work alongside other emerging technology enthusiasts,” Kabiru Seidu, creator of NubianVR shared.

Emerging technologies provide great prospects in enabling the global community to attain the Sustainable Development Goals. We are particularly excited to collaborate with other start-ups working in Virtual Reality, Artificial Intelligence and Game-Based Learning; and we hope our work will be just the beginning of a much-needed leap forward.”

Source: Ashesi University

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