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June 29, 2022

Telikom Clean IT rolls out in Lae District

Every parent wants the best possible start for their child’s life and quality education is no exception.

The Telikom Foundation Incorporation has successfully implemented the CleanIT internet e- learning program in schools around the country.


Today a cheque of K250, 000 was presented to Telikom Foundation by Lae Open Member, Loujaya Kouza, for schools in the Lae district.


The e- learning program is an online library which gives students and teachers access to educational websites to enhance learning and teaching resources. The Clean IT program has been successfully implemented in more than 20 schools around Papua New Guinea.


Chairman of Telikom PNG Limited and Telikom Foundation, Mahesh Patel, said the Clean IT program provides quality education and access to school children using high speed internet broadband.


He thanked the Lae member, Loujaya Kouza, for the confidence in partnering with Telikom and vowed to get the groundwork moving.


Mr Patel says technical maintenance will be introduced to keep the program sustainable.


The Minister for Community Development, Loujaya Kouza, says students should make use of this service and opportunity and achieve better academic results. Minister Kouza said the cheque presented today targets elementary and primary schools in Lae district.


Lae Salvation Army, Busu and Lae Secondary have successfully run the e- learning program with recent feedback to Telikom Foundation being positive.


The presentation was witnessed by Telikom Foundation CEO, Brian Smith, Telikom Acting CEO, Martin Veisame, and senior executives of Telikom PNG Limited.

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