Charity fund of PJSC ArcelorMittal Kriviy Rih submitted 220 PCs to 13 schools and the Center for Children’s Social and Physiological Rehabilitation of Saksaganskyi district. The certificates for computer hardware were presented to the school directors in the administration of Saksaganskyi district.
To improve facilities of the schools of Kriviy Rih, to make training of children more efficient and modern, PJSC ArcelorMittal Kriviy Rih took a decision to provide computer hardware to the educational institutions in four districts of the city where the production facility of the plant is located.
Saksaganskyi district was the first to receive the equipment. Computers were delivered to Metallurgiynyi district (including Kriviy Rih Institute of Economics), and a bit later they will be transported to the schools of Inguletskyi and Shirokivskyi districts. 355 sets of computer hardware (a monitor, system unit, mouse, keyboard and connection cords set) will be submitted to the educational institutions of the city within the nearest future. And a total of about 1000 computers will have be submitted by PJSC ArcelorMittal Kriviy Rih to the schools of the city by the end of the academic year.
Elena Pilipenko, Head of Charity fund of PJSC ArcelorMittal Kriviy Rih: “We seek to make our aid to be targeted, aimed at development of children, without whose sound academic background our future – the future of the country, city, individual district – is difficult to imagine. Today this education is inconceivable without computers and modern hardware. We try not to miss an opportunity to improve the facilities of schools if we can help with it at least somehow. Besides, we will continue our educational projects earlier available for the children of the employees of our plant only. From September we open free-of-charge English school and IT school for all people in the city despite the place of work, – PJSC ArcelorMittal Kriviy Rih allocates 2 million UAH for that. Now everyone interested will be able to register his/her child to training”. (AMKR/Ukrainian metal)