Accenture PH to donate 1,000 PCs to 30 schools; Bi?an HS gets first set

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Outsourcing giant Accenture on Wednesday, Jan. 20, turned over 60 desktop computers to the Dela Paz National High School in Bi?an, Laguna.

DepEd usec. Mario Derequito (left) receives from Accenture Philippines country managing director Lito Tayag a plaque indicating the PC donation. Looking on is PBSP executive Marilyn Muncada
DepEd usec. Mario Derequito (left) receives from Accenture Philippines country managing director Lito Tayag a plaque indicating the PC donation. Looking on is PBSP executive Marilyn Muncada

The donation, through the company?s Computer Skills Training Program, is part of its celebration of its 30th anniversary in the Philippines.

Accenture runs the Computer Skills Training Program in partnership with the Philippine Business for Social Progress (PBSP), and the initiative is supported by the Department of Education (DepEd).

The PC grant is the first in what will be a series of donations of personal computers from Accenture. The company will provide a total of 1,000 PCs to 30 public high schools throughout the Philippines.

Lito Tayag, Accenture country managing director, together with Marylin Muncada, PBSP Program Management Office for Education head, and Mario Deriquito, DepEd undersecretary for partnerships and external linkages, led the donation ceremony at the Dela Paz National High School.

?The Computer Skills Training Program is one way we are celebrating Accenture?s 30th anniversary in the country. It reflects our steadfast commitment to help improve the lives of our fellow Filipinos, particularly among today?s youth, by providing them direct access to an ICT-enabled learning environment,? said Tayag.

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Aside from the computer donations, Accenture employee volunteers will also share their time and knowledge to teach and further update the existing computer skills of the students and the teachers at the 30 public schools.

?We thank Accenture, the Philippine Business for Social Progress, and the Department of Education for selecting our school as a beneficiary of this program. These computers will truly aid in our efforts as teachers to enrich the students? learning experience,? said Ronald Bago, principal of Dela Paz National High School.

The Computer Skills Training Program is aligned with Accenture?s ?Skills to Succeed? corporate citizenship initiative, which will equip more than three million people around the world with the skills to secure a good job or build a business.

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