Orange donates to the Disabled

Orange CEO Phillip Baudin handing over educational equipment to officials of Ministry of Education PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO
Orange CEO Phillip Baudin handing over educational equipment to officials of Ministry of Education PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Orange Botswana Phillipe Baudin has handed over educational equipment for learners with special education needs to the Ministry of Education and Skills Development (MoESD, worth P156,000.

In a glamorous event which took place at the MoESD headquarters, Baudin had an opportunity to showcase the equipment pack that comprises of 16 hearing aids for learners with hearing impairement and two reading equipment for visually impaired learners, which he said would benefit more than 150 students across the country.

He said that the equipment for visual impairment will directly facilitate learning of the students, by converting text into audio for listening (for those who are blind) and the hearing aids will be connected to the learners’ ears for improved hearing.

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