Orange Foundation Commences Digital School Kits Distribution

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Orange Foundation Commences Digital School Kits Distribution

Orange Foundation commences the distribution of digital school kits to 20 primary schools across the country in collaboration with the Ministry of Communication, Technology and Innovation and Ministry of Basic Senior Secondary Education.

This will contribute to pillar 2 and 5 of the government’s big five agenda to improve on Human Capital: Nurturing skills for the 21st Century, and Investing in Technology and Infrastructure.
The donation drive kicks off today in Kangama and Koindu, marking another milestone journey between Orange SL and the Ministry to enhance digital literacy among young learners.
Minister’s quote
School kits:
● Laptop Computer & Charger
● Smart Projector & Screen
● Raspberry Pie & Charger
● Power Bank
● JBL Bluetooth Speaker
● Android Tablets
● Padlock
● Power Extension
● SD Cards
● Headphones
● USB Bracelets
● Solar Panel Kit (for schools without electricity)
According to Sekou Amadou Bah CEO Orange SL, this initiative is a significant step towards enhancing digital literacy for pupils and it resonates with Orange’s commitment to supporting Education.
At Orange SL, we recognize the critical role that access to Information Communication Technology (ICT) plays in enhancing access to education particularly at the primary school level.
The initiative, which began in 2022/23, Orange has already donated 20 kits to 20 schools thereby providing access to more than 3000 pupils in primary schools. This year, over 600 pupils will benefit from these kits.

Participating Schools for this first phase:

  1. Roman Catholic Primary School, Koindu, East, Kailahun
  2. Kailahun District Education Committee Primary School, Kangama, East, Kailahun
    This first phase of distribution will be conducted by Minister Salima Monorma Bah, Ministry of Communication, Technology and Innovation, along with Sekou Amadou Bah, CEO Orange SL.
    Similar donations will be made in the coming months to other primary schools across the country.
    Together, we are equipping the next generation with the tools they need to succeed in today’s digital world.

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