- The Department of Education received computer monitors for Marawi schools and health kits for students
- The recipients of the donations are the 46 schools in the city
- Donated were 200 computer monitors and health kits comprised of roughly 30,000 personal care products
The Department of Education (DepEd) received computer monitors for 46 Marawi schools and health kits for the students in the city.
DepEd-Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) Assistant Secretary Alfhadar Pajiji, Marawi City Schools Division Superintendent Pharida Sansarona, and Assistant Schools Division Superintendent Anna Zenaida Unte-Alonto received the 200 computer monitors and health kits comprised of roughly 30,000 personal care products.
“These monitors will surely be of big help in reinforcing DepEd’s national computerization program for both the learners and the teachers in Marawi,” said Pajiji.
“Hygiene kits are also important in supporting our advocacies for wellness and healthcare,” the official added.
DepEd-ARMM will facilitate the distribution of the donation to the schools that are in need.