Matero Member of Parliament (MP) Miles Sampa says government is determined to providing computers in primary schools in order to improve pupils’ learning ability.
Mr. Sampa said this is the reason why the Ministry of Education, Science, Vocational Training and Early Education revised the curriculum to incorporate the use of computers at lower grades in schools.
He said this today when he handed over 12 computers to Twalumba and Chitukuko schools in his constituency.
Mr. Sampa has meanwhile praised Total-Zambia for donating computers to the two schools.
He said the donation showed Total-Zambia’s sound corporate social responsibility not only in Matero but in all the areas the company is operating from.
And Lusaka District Education Board Secretary (DEBS) Grace Banda observed that Total Zambia was greatly helping government in the area of education.
Ms. Banda also praised the Matero MP Miles Sampa for his continued lobbying for some donations on behalf of the people of his constituency.
Meanwhile, Total Zambia representative Ernest Mfula said his company was doing its best to complement government efforts towards improving education standards in the country.
Mr. Mfula said the company will continue partnering with government in order to provide necessary learning tools.