SEBPO CSR Computer Literacy Click to Learn Program 2016

In 2016, we began the “Click to Learn” program to promote basic computer literacy in Dhaka communities.

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SEBPO believes in promoting computer education to young students. Youth allows them to grasp technology quickly and build a career to become self-sufficient. This year, we have conducted “Click to Learn Program” for introducing basic computer education.

Under the program, we have donated 20 desktop computers to two government primary schools in rural areas so that they can have hand-on IT experience. Every week one of our employees volunteers to visit these schools and conduct IT training programs.

The program has been so successful that we expanded to the students of two high schools – Farida Islamia Mahila Madrasa (all women’s school) and Talim Madrasha (school for orphans), whereby we provided computers and employees volunteer to visit weekly to encourage Information Technology as a career.

HEADER IMAGE — GMR Akash, 10 years old Dipa and 12 years old Laboni study in class 2 at “Unique Child learning Center”, Mirmur-Dhaka, BangladeshCC BY-SA 3.0 IGO

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