The event was held at Wat Thod School (Cherd Udomrattana Ratbamrung School), in Muang District, Chachoengsao province. It was also witnessed by Mrs. Thitima Chaisaeng, a deputy prime minister’s advisor, Dr. Bandit Sriputthangkoon of the Office of the Permanent Secretary for Education, Mr. Bundit Jiam-anukoonkit, President & CEO of Thai Samsung Life Insurance Pcl., along with heads of provincial government units, and teachers.
The 5-year program was pushed forward by the Thai and South Korean Samsung Life Insurance Pcl., the Ministry of Education, and the Korea Food for the Hungry International Organization. A selection of schools in need of computer equipment has been conducted, each of which will be presented with 30 sets of computer system comprising tables, chairs, a projector, a printer and learning equipment.
The project aims to boost Thai students’ computing skill and expand their learning opportunities through unlimited access of information. In the first year of the project, 12 schools were already delivered with computer packages. As for this second year, 7 schools have been chosen and Wat Thod School, Chachoengsao province marks the first school to receive the computer package in the second year of the project.