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DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP PROGRAMME EQUIPS STUDENTS FOR THE FUTURE

MONDAY, MARCH 16, 2020: PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO – Technology continues to revolutionize the world and our daily lives and in Trinidad and Tobago, the Digicel Foundation is determined to be part of the movement ensuring that our citizens do not get left behind in this regard. The Foundation launched its Digital Citizenship Programme to over 300 students and teachers on March 4 and 11 at City Hall in Trinidad and the National Library Services in Tobago, respectively.

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KIDS GET THEIR PUMP ON AT ANNUAL DIGICEL CARNVAL EVENT

THURSDAY FEBRUARY 20, 2020: PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO – Hundreds of children came out to frolic at the Digicel Foundation’s annual Kiddie Pump, held at the St. James Police Academy grounds, Saturday February 15. For the past six years the Digicel Foundation has been hosting Kiddie Pump, a free all-inclusive children’s event. The ‘Pump’ is part of the Foundation’s outreach to promote inclusion among persons with disabilities, during our biggest cultural holiday - Carnival.

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200 CHILDREN ENJOY NEW PLAY PARK IN SANGRE GRANDE

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 7, 2020: PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO – Community-based Organisations (CBOs) across Trinidad and Tobago are taking matters into their hands as it relates to enhancing their communities through implementation of small to medium sized projects.

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PROMOTING SAFETY AT THE NEW BEGINNINGS SCHOOL

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 2020: PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO – Disaster can strike without adequate warning and for families and caretakers of children with special needs, it is imperative that they are prepared in order to prevent the worst outcome. On January 28, 2020, the staff and students at the New Beginnings School, Petit Valley demonstrated their level of preparedness and participated in an emergency evacuation drill, supervised by the Trinidad and Tobago Fire Services (TTFS). The emergency evacuation drill was co-ordinated and executed as part of the Digicel Foundation’s Preparing You! Programme.

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