The Chinese Embassy in Manila on Tuesday gave 2,000 Huawei tablets to the Department of Education (DepEd) to help Filipino understudies and backing the mixed distance learning framework in the country. Before this China also donates more medical supplies to the Philippines.
Chinese Ambassador Huang Xilian gave the tablets to Education Secretary Leonor Briones, who was joined by Presidential Assistant on Foreign Affairs and Chief of Presidential Protocol Robert Eric Borje and DepEd Undersecretary Nepomuceno Malaluan in Malacañang.
Huang said the gift is “expected to assist the Philippine understudies with defeating troubles and to improve admittance to remove learning assets in the midst of the pandemic.”
He said the international safe haven would keep supporting “the schooling try of the Philippines to the most awesome aspect its capacity, and further execute the Chinese Government Scholarship and Chinese Ambassador Scholarship projects.”
The tablets will be appropriated to schools situated in topographically confined, distraught and strife influenced zones, as indicated by the government office.
Beside help in the instruction area, China has recently given occupation and clinical supplies to the Philippines, including 150 arrangements of high-stream humidifiers, 130 ventilators, 252,000 test units, and over 1.8 million bits of individual defensive hardware (PPE).