TUESDAY MARCH 24 2020: PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO – Fire drills are an important safety practice and legal requirement within any commercial property. Educational facilities are no exceptions to this rule. When environments contain young children or elderly persons, greater care and attention need to be given to the process and its efficiency. Under the Digicel Foundation’s Preparing You! Programme, staff and students from The Lady Hochoy School Arima and residents from the Memisa Centre participated in evacuation drill exercises at their respective premises on March 10, in Heights of Gunapo, Arima.
TUESDAY, MARCH 31, 2020: PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO – Speyside High and Mason Hall Secondary are two of the eight schools to participate in the Digicel Foundation’s Digital Citizenship Programme. The programme launched in Tobago on March 11 subsequent to which, the Foundation team with IT partner Tech Flex, installed twenty computers at both schools to further support the students on their digital education journey.