Fri | Sep 22, 2017

Nestlé Donates Computers to support Children Education

Published:Thursday | May 12, 2016 | 5:00 AMKeisha Hill
A member of the Nestle team shosw the children how to use the donated computers.
Students from Unity Primary and Infant School stand with their teachers and membersof teh Nestle family beside the computers donated by Nestle to the school.
1
2

Nestlé Jamaica recently donated computers and accessories to the Unity Primary and Infant School.

Shawna Kidd, corporate communications and consumer relations manager at Nestlé, said over the years, they have been committed to supporting the educational development of children by providing resources that they need to better improve their learning and development.

O'Neil Nembhard, acting principal at the school, was overjoyed to receive the computers.

"It is an overwhelming gift as we have always been trying to get the children more computer literate, and it will vastly aid the visual interpretation and teaching component in various subject areas like science, arts, social studies, and mathematics," Nembhard said.

keisha.hill@gleanerjm.com