NGCP, ABS-CBN turn over E-TV facility to Sapinit Elementary School

ANTIPOLO CITY, Rizal, July 17 (PIA) — The National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP) and ABS CBN Foundation donated an E-TV set to the faculty of Sapinit Elementary School in Brgy. San Juan, Antipolo City o July 16 as part of their advocacy to improve learning.

The E-TV set consist of educational videos, a DVD player and LCD television. Thirty one volumes of educational videos of Sineskwela, Math Tinik, Bayani, Hiraya Manawari and Epol Apol and instructional videos were provided by NGCP and ABS CBN Foundation

Both are hopeful that the utilization of E-TV materials will help the children learn faster and in a more fun manner as most students of Sitio Sapinit have no television sets at home, internet connections, electricity or water.

NGCP Regional Communication Divison OIC Nelson Bautista said that Sapinit Elementary School is one of the six host communities adopted by NGCP nationwide (three in Luzon, one in Visayas and two in Mindanao). Aside from the educational advocacy provided by the NGCP, a Rizal substation is also under the preconstruction stage at Sitio Sapinit.

Senior Donor Relation Specialist Rino Ramos represented ABS-CBN Foundation during the program while NGCP representative for the Office of the General Counsel Atty. Alfon Celeste read NGCP President Henry Sy Jr.’s message.

Also present during the ceremony were Brgy. San Juan Chairman Julie Bolanos, Sapinit Elementary School Principal Jennie Casuay and other faculty members. (CPG/GG/PIA4A-Rizal)
-http://www.pia.gov.ph/news/index.php?article=2261374040582

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