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Printers donated to Schools through partnership

With the objective to improve literacy levels in Papua New Guinea, six schools in the Nation’s Capital District were proud recipients of a donation for a HP L/Jet M880 Printer last week.

Thanks to a partnership by the non- profit arm of Telikom PNG, Telikom Foundation Incorporated together with Datec Learning Center The first of its kind donation partnership with Datec PNG Ltd is one that stems from a new program that the Foundation is embarking on to work in partnership with other relevant organizations to help raise the standards of schools and literacy learning skills in PNG.

Of the six, three schools; St Johns Tokarara Primary School, St Paul’s, Gerehu Primary School and Institute of Christian Academy School were chosen by the Foundation while the other three schools; Dela Salle Secondary School, La Salle Technical College and Jubilee Catholic Secondary School were chosen by Datec PNG Ltd.

TFI Coordinator, Yolanda Bafmatuk said the Foundation is happy to partner with Datec PNG Limited in terms of supporting the schools in PNG and the printers will help the schools in terms of their operations.
“We understand the dilemma they have in printing close to five hundred copies of just newsletters to go out to students and we hope this would help them in terms of their operations and printing jobs.”

Under Datec PNG Ltd, the Datec Learning Center is accustomed for its awareness on ICT and ICT infrastructure in schools in the nation’s capital and the Central Province over the years.

Datec Learning Center General Manager, Ravichandran C. said Datec Learning Center being an education service provider, the Center is aware of the predicament of having access to ICT knowledge and infrastructure in PNG.

“For this reason, the Center is doing its part in reaching out with awareness’s to develop the IT sector in each and every primary and secondary schools. That is our main intention now,” stressed Ravichandran.
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