Just this February 12, 2013 Dell Philippines joined ChildHope Asia Philippines and helping teaching street children. Only few tech companies will go out and share their blessing to the very underprivileged street children. I am so happy to hear that one of the company I patronize is helping our street children.
With the help of Childhope Asia Philippines and Dell Philippines they will be using a mobile education vans with laptops and the required education software to accomplish the accredited programs administered by CHAP that would benefit estimated 500 children.
Not only that Dell Philippines will be providing CHAP a computer lab with Dell desktop for digital learning and basic computer literacy classes to 120 selected street children brought to charity’s premises and other areas of Metro Manila.
We’re grateful for Dell’s support in our efforts to defend the rights of street children by providing them with learning opportunities and knowledge that can help protect them form the vulnerabilities of life on the street. — Teresita L. Silva, President and Executive Director of ChildHope Asia Philippines, Inc.
Our initiatives to empower youth by closing the technology gap and providing training in information and communication technology shills are focused on improving, enhancing and jumpstarting learning for life. — Richard Teo, President Dell Philippines.
Providing our world’s youth with access to technology is something that is dear to me and dear to Dell. Our Powering the Possible program is designated to change the way youth learn and access information today.
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