Huawei gives $10,000 to DepEd mobile classroom project

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[/caption] The donation is Huawei?s response to the DepEd Disaster Risk Resilience Management Office (DRRMO) call for private sector support to build mobile classrooms in areas affected by Typhoon Pablo. At least 800 classrooms in Davao Oriental, Compostela Valley, and Agusan del Sur were damaged or totally destroyed by the typhoon. Construction and rehabilitation cost is estimated at over P1 billion. Mobile classrooms are open or enclosed tents which will be used by the students while their school buildings are being constructed or repaired. Globe is a DepED DRRMO partner in the program Mainstreaming DRR in Public Schools in the Philippines. The company sponsored the first Regional Disaster Risk Resilience Workshop last September 20-22 held for 16 Division Schools in the National Capital Region and will continue to be a partner in the series of workshops to be conducted in 2013. For Typhoon Pablo, Globe provided mobile and Internet support to DepEd Region 11 DRRMO monitoring center in Davao City. ]]>

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