Underprivileged Youth to access ICT courses sooner

Samsung Myanmar myME Project Expand Collaboration 3 copy

Samsung Myanmar will provide assistance for underprivileged child laborers in Myanmar to access ICT courses very soon in cooperation with Myanmar Mobile Education Project (myME).
This will be the 4th annual collaboration and donation to assist myME. Samsung Myanmar has provided donations, including buses and teaching equipment, for the myME mobile education system for three years consecutively.
Samsung Myanmar added new additional equipment on a donated bus which will be used as classroom to hold the new ICT courses for this 4th annual collaboration. The first bus donated from Samsung Myanmar in 2015 was used for Yangon, the second bus donated in 2016 for Mandalay, and the bus in 2017 was used for Yangon to expand not only teaching literacy and math, but also vocational classes.
“We are proud to be part of this journey with myME. We believe that this project can make effective and help create a better future for the teashop children. We are happy to hear about the personal growth of these kids in Myanmar. We will do our best to support myME, and we hope to see these kids become assets to support their communities and their country,” said Samsung Myanmar’s PR and Citizenship manager Ko Soe Thura.
The renovated bus will allow myME to further increase education access for ICT courses. The donation will include basic computer, internet and social media classes for Pre-Level II and Level II students, which will benefit their future education.
This ICT-course will benefit a total of 121 students per week including 25 students from SoyaAi Youth Center in Yankin Township, 21 students from two myME class locations in Shwepyitha Township, 12 students from Dagon Seikkan Township, 18 students from No. 32 ward in North Dagon and 45 students from multiple locations in Tharkayta Township. And, it will cover 484 students per month and 5,808 students per year.
Samsung Myanmar has provided Samsung Tech Institute: mobile application training since 2003 to over 500 students with the aim to develop Myanmar’s mobile sector and talented youth. Samsung Myanmar has also provided Samsung Tech Institute: technology vocation training since 2016 in collaboration with Yangon Technological University, Thanlyin Technological University, Taungoo Government Technology High School, and Loikaw Technology High School and taught mobile, TV and refrigerator repair training programs to more than 400 students.

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