A total of 400 Ilonggos will benefit from free computer literacy training program which will kick off July 29 inside a van stationed beside the Technical Institute of Iloilo City (TIIC) campus in San Pedro, Molo district. This after the Iloilo City Government and Filipino-Chinese Love & Care Foundation, Inc. inked on July 26 at City Hall a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) to implement the project. More details after the jump.
The newly-established Fil-Chi Love & Care Foundation seeks to help bridge the digital and values divide through Information and Communications Technology (ICT) education using the Mobile Digital Opportunity Center is a green-colored air-conditioned 40-footer 12-wheeler container van equipped with 21 computer sets.
Free computer trainings on Basic PC, Windows Operation System, and MS Office as well as Values Formation and Personality Enhancement sessions will be provided to recipients covering three weeks.
There will be four batches composed of five classes with 20 participants per class. The project is expected to end on October 19, 2013.
In the photo: The MOA signing was witnessed by 22 CFBC officials from Manila and their Ilonggo counterparts.
Source: Iloilo City Government (Facebook)