Africa’s leading pay TV service provider, StarTimes has donated 1,900 branded exercise books and pens with a decoder, dish and Television set each to five deprived schools in Greater Accra and the Volta region as part of their ‘Digital Learning School Project’.
The project aims at using StarTimes decoders as an educational content hub to promote Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics among primary and junior high school students.
Pupils in four public schools in the Greater Accra region namely; Mamprobi South ‘4’ Basic School, Chemunaa Basic School, Accra Royal Primary School and Opkotsu Basic School, Korle Gonnor and Tanyigbe E.P School in the Volta region benefited from the project which seeks to help nurture the younger generation to become creative, curious and innovative citizens capable of tackling their local community challenges.
The beneficial schools had decoders installed in the school library/classroom with scheduled class times for school children to watch and practice content from Discovery Science, Davinci Learning, Mindset Learn and many more educative channels on the StarTimes decoder.
StarTimes intends to expose the students to global edutainment content from the StarTimes decoders that will inure to their developmental benefit and make learning a lot more fun.