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The Click Foundation, in partnership with American Tower Corporation (ATC), recently donated more than 200 reusable cloth masks to Thabang Primary school in Dobsonville.
The donation will go a long way in helping safeguard against the covid-19 disease brought about by the Coronavirus. Many schools across the global community have been greatly affected by the pandemic. “In these difficult and trying times, the Click foundation is doing everything we can to help protect the most vulnerable among us from the effects of the Corona virus pandemic. Click foundation is committed to working with our schools for the greater good of society, mentioned Dylan Harrison, representative from Click foundation. Harrison added that they were committed to minimizing the transmission at schools.
The Click foundation was set up to aid the use of technology in education and pursue outcomes-based interventions using data to drive decisions and impact. By Supporting schools amidst the current pandemic it is a vital part of safeguarding against the virus, and steadily moving forward to a post-covid economy, with an outlook of building resilient communities and advancing of society.
School principal, Bertha Ramantsi, reiterated that the generous mask donation will continue to keep students and staff members safe. The school has a long-standing and solid partnership with the Click foundation.
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