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ENTRAJUDA delivers 1,000 computers that will reach more than 100 schools

One of the consequences of the pandemic, of which little is said, was the accentuation of social inequalities in access to education.

To help combat this form of social exclusion that affects many young people today and to promote equal opportunities in access to education, ENTRAJUDA was a partner of BPI and the Foundation “la Caixa” in the donation of 1,000 computers to primary schools and secondary school across the country.

An initiative that will benefit more than 100 schools and will support the inclusion of students whose families are in need, also helping schools to keep up with the indispensable technological evolution.

ENTRAJUDA installed software licenses on the 1000 new computers donated by BPI and the ‘la Caixa’ Foundation, which also supported the cost of all essential accessories to guarantee their immediate use, such as WiFi access anywhere, monitors with a built-in camera , keyboards and mice, among others.

The equipment was delivered to the Ministry of Education, the Porto City Council, Teach for Portugal, EPIS – Entrepreneurs for Social Inclusion and the Bank of Goods of ENTRAJUDA itself, partner entities that are responsible for distributing the equipment to previously selected school groups. according to determined needs.

One of the consequences of the pandemic, of which little is said, was the accentuation of social inequalities in access to education. To help combat this form of social exclusion that affects many young people today and to promote equal opportunities in access to education, ENTRAJUDA was a partner of BPI and the Foundation “la Caixa” in the donation of 1,000 computers to primary schools and secondary school across the country.

An initiative that will benefit more than 100 schools and will support the inclusion of students whose families are in need, also helping schools to keep up with the indispensable technological evolution.

ENTRAJUDA installed software licenses on the 1000 new computers donated by BPI and the ‘la Caixa’ Foundation, which also supported the cost of all essential accessories to guarantee their immediate use, such as WiFi access anywhere, monitors with a built-in camera, keyboards, and mice, among others.

The equipment was delivered to the Ministry of Education, the Porto City Council, Teach for Portugal, EPIS – Entrepreneurs for Social Inclusion and the Bank of Goods of ENTRAJUDA itself, partner entities that are responsible for distributing the equipment to previously selected school groups. according to determined needs.

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