- April 7, 2014
-- Abuja, Nigeria - April 6, 2014
TCS and The Federal Republic of Nigeria today announced a far reaching humanitarian partnership that includes many areas of infrastructure developement as well as humanitarian services. Infrastructure projects include transportation, communication, agriculture and manufacturing with a focus on creating new markets to import and export goods and create jobs. Humanitarian projects include new technologies from the city to the rural village for power, water for drinking and agricultural uses, education from k to 12 and secondary and medical systems all based on a unique cloud system that will provide the Internet to the entire country. Jason Sparks, TCS Executive Vice President, stated "we look forward to a long and successful partnership with The Federal Republic of Nigeria for the benefit of its people and the country and with our humanitarian partners at the Lady Darling Heritage Foundation we will develop strategies for assisting children, education, jobs creation and generally improving living conditions for all of the people of Nigeria.