Telekom Romania continues its mission to keep “Romania Connected” and offers unlimited free connectivity and WiFi equipment to 172 students and teachers of the general school from Găinești village, Slatina commune (Suceava county), a press release issued by the company informs.
Telekom has joined the humanitarian campaign “Children lend a hand for education”, organized by Olga Gudynn International School, through which students from disadvantaged backgrounds are helped to continue their studies from distance, by donating materials needed for internet connectivity.
“The right to education is guaranteed by the Constitution, and this field is a priority for Telekom Romania. Since March, we have helped approximately 500,000 students continue their courses from distance, giving them both free access to the Adservio educational management platform, and SIMs with unlimited 4G internet. We hope that the donated connectivity services will help the children and teachers from Găinești to continue their studies, and soon to return to school, in order to build a better future “, said Ovidiu Ghiman, Chief Commercial Officer Business Segment Telekom Romania.
“We started the campaign Children lend a hand to education out of the desire to help students from disadvantaged backgrounds to have access to online education. Such a campaign is also a good opportunity for all students to understand and learn through concrete actions the principle of solidarity, from an early age.
We are honored to have in Telekom Romania an action partner, to lend a helping hand to the Romanian authorities in their mission to help children in villages to have access to a modern education, adapted to the world in which we live. This campaign is about children, friendship, about the power of together and about a solidarity! All children, regardless of their environment, have the right to hope and dream of a better future in their country”, said Olga Gudynn, the founder of Olga Gudynn International School.