ROSEN invests in Malaysia’s next generation

ROSEN Asia Pacific has invested in the education of the next generation, donating computers and monitors to support nationally recognised online teaching programs in Malaysia.

SK Labohan Dagang student Afiqah Ardilla receives the laptop from ROSEN Asia Pacific VP Floris Verhagen.

ROSEN donated more than US$6,300 worth of equipment – including 18 computers and 7 monitors – to support the virtual teaching 1BestariNet program, which allows Malaysian schools to connect across a single platform.

The technology was given to the Sekolah Kebangsaan (SK) Labohan Dagang school at a ceremony attended by more than 250 pupils who will benefit from the new resources.

“For the last 25 years of our establishment in Malaysia, we have been very keen to see the development of our young generation in education,” ROSEN Asia Pacific VP Floris Verhagen said.

“We want to encourage and support the teaching and learning process through virtual learning; therefore, we hope that this effort helps students to excel in the upcoming year.”

Students using the new equipment at SK Labohan Dagang’s computer lab.

SK Labohan Dagang Senior Assistant Headmaster Hamizi Mohamad said the school appreciated the generous contribution.

“ROSEN’s support will further enable the students to learn better, to search, to gain information and knowledge, and to instil interest in those respective areas,” Mr Mohamad said.

“The knowledge will broaden their discipline and character in and outside the classroom.”

For more information visit the ROSEN website.

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