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Airbus partners with Ministry of Education to equip B40 families and children with laptops


Airbus Chief Representative-Malaysia, Raymond Lim (left), handed over 45 units of laptops to Ramzi bin Mansur, Deputy Secretary General (Management) of the Ministry of Education, to equip selected underprivileged school children with laptops to complement and supplement their education and learning experience


Airbus, together with the Ministry of Education, have identified and supplied laptops to B40 families and children.


Working together with Yayasan Didik Negara (YDN), a foundation organisation under the Ministry of Education, the Airbus donation equips selected underprivileged school children with laptops to complement and supplement their education and learning experience.

Ensuring that children from B40 families are not left behind in an increasingly technology-based education system - Airbus Chief Representative-Malaysia, Raymond Lim with the students


Airbus Chief Representative-Malaysia, Raymond Lim, handed over 45 units of laptops to Ramzi bin Mansur, Deputy Secretary General (Management) of the Ministry of Education. Also present were teachers and students from schools that will be receiving the laptops.

Airbus Partners with Ministry of Education to Equip B40 families and children with laptops. From left to right - All thumbs up from Ahmad Faeizi Aman Shah (License Aircraft Engineer, Airbus), Ahmad Norhaziq Iqbal Bin Ahmad Nazri (student, SMK Dato Abu Bakar Baginda), Mustafa Kamal Bin Mahsurom (Senior Assistant HEM, SMK Dato Abu Bakar Baginda), Raymond Lim (Airbus Chief Representative-Malaysia), Ramzi Bin Mansor (Deputy Secretary General (Management), Ministry of Education), Nurin Ainun Binti Bidin (student, SMK Pantai Sepang Putra) and Hjh Asiah Binti Abu Jamal (principal, SMK Pantai Sepang Putra)


“Airbus is pleased to support the Ministry of Education in its goal to ensure that children from B40 families are not left behind in an increasingly technology-based education system. We hope that the laptops will be able to help the students in their overall learning experience,” said Lim.

The students getting briefed on aviation technology by Airbus Chief Representative-Malaysia, Raymond Lim


In accepting the laptops, Ramzi bin Mansur, Deputy Secretary-General (Management) of the Ministry of Education, added: “Laptops have become essential learning and educational tools. The use of technology in education is all the more crucial in the light of recent global and national events that have interrupted children’s learning journeys worldwide. We thank Airbus for their generous donation which will help ensure continuity in the education of underprivileged children.”

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