Dr. Taweesak Bunluesin (5th left, front row), director and Public and Government Affairs manager and Matana Sutatham (4th left, front row), president of Esso Employee Club presented 40 laptops and a support of 100,000-Baht fund to Paiboon Puang Ngern (6th left, front row), school principal, for the purchase of computer desks and system connection of the interactive learning platform.
This project is part of the partnership between Esso, the Redemptorist Vocational School for People with Disabilities together with Learn Education, a social enterprise in education. Used laptops will be sent to the Redemptorist Vocational School in Pattaya where students with disabilities will learn to check and repair the laptops in the Electronic and Computer Skill Center for People with Disabilities supported by Esso. Disabled students have a chance to be a giver by sending the now ready-to-use laptops to schools in need nationwide. Meanwhile, Learn Education will also support by installing the math and science interactive learning application into the laptops and train the teachers to promote equal access to education in Thailand.
Esso, as part of ExxonMobil affiliates in Thailand, believes that supporting science and math education at all levels is the foundation to ensure today's students are prepared for the jobs of the 21st century. These math and science-based knowledge will pave way for the children’s future and national economic growth.
Krai Nai Witthayakhom Rachamangkala Phisek school is one of the 11 schools selected by Learn Education and Esso to participate in this project. Since 2017, Esso has donated 170 laptops in total to support the cause.
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