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CREATING A DIGITAL WORLD - Girls Power Tech goes virtual

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 05, 2020: PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO – Young women between the ages of 15-21 wishing to pursue a career in Information Computer Technology (ICT) can look forward to the inspiration and knowledge that this year’s Girls Power Tech 2020 event will bring. The Digicel Foundation is partnering with Digicel Business and CISCO for yet another year on this tech-empowerment event. On August 21, the event will be held virtually, which fits the 2020 theme ‘Creating a Digital World’.

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DIGICEL FOUNDATION CELEBRATES EIGHT YEARS OF MAKING A DIFFERENCE

THURSDAY, JULY 23, 2020: PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO – The Digicel Foundation celebrates its eighth anniversary on July 25, 2020. Even as the world battles a rapidly evolving global pandemic, the Foundation has been unrelenting in their work of impacting communities and improving opportunities for persons with special needs throughout Trinidad and Tobago.

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EPIC PROGRAMME PERSEVERES AMIDST COVID 19

WEDNESDAY, JULY 08, 2020: PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO – As challenges and changes relating to the COVID-19 pandemic continue to unfold, Community-Based Organisations, Faith-Based Organisations and other Non-Profit Organisations will have funding to help transform communities in Trinidad and Tobago. Twenty-five new community projects were approved to receive TT$35,000 in funding from Digicel Foundation this year to implement extraordinary projects that will impact communities

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A THOUSAND TABLETS TO ‘CONNECT’ SPECIAL NEEDS SCHOOLS

WEDNESDAY, JULY 01, 2020: PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO – “We are now ready to be part of online learning.” This was the sentiment expressed by Dianne Le Cointe, Principal of the Happy Haven Special School after receiving tablets for students with special needs in Tobago. The COVID-19 pandemic forced education systems into virtual learning globally. However, this posed a problem for children who did not have access to the necessary equipment and technology needed to adapt to this unprecedented change. While plans to support students from mainstream schools became a priority, the Digicel Foundation intervened to provide assistance to special needs schools.

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