Ngern Tid Lor Public Company Limited, led by Nipa Vanichavat, Senior Management Corporate Social Responsibility, has generously provided 200 used, high-quality notebook computers to support the Donation for Early Learning and Virtual Active Learning Classroom campaigns. These much-needed computers will be equipped with the ChromeOS Flex operating system before being distributed to schools under the Bangkok Metropolitan Authority (BMA) directive.
The donations were honourly received by Chadchart Sittipunt (centre), Governor of Bangkok and Sanon Wangsrangboon, Deputy Governor of Bangkok (left) at Google (Thailand), Park Venture Ecoplex.
The collaboration between Google (Thailand), AMCHAM, and the private sector aims to bridge the digital gaps in education by providing upgraded devices for Active Learning in 437 BMA schools. To contribute to this noble cause, interested organisations can donate their used computers in good condition through the website: https://digitalclassroom.bangkok.go.th/.
Ngern Tidlor, committed to enabling financial opportunities for the public, particularly the underbanked and independent workers, and promoting access to insurance protection, emphasises social sustainability to achieve Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). By providing financial knowledge and supporting academics, the company strives to improve living standards and sustainability. Additionally, Ngern Tidlor takes environmental responsibility seriously, engaging in reforestation and proper management of expired electronic devices to preserve the environment. Over the past decade, Ngern Tidlor has contributed over 2,000 computers to support education across Thailand.
For more information, visit www.tidlor.com or follow their Facebook page. For product and service inquiries, contact the 24-hour call centre at 088-088-0880.
Source: Bangkok Post