Absa Bank Seychelles donates 190 CPUs to Ministry of Education | 13 June 2020
Absa Bank Seychelles is happy to announce the donation of 190 Central Processing Units (CPUs) to the Ministry of Education.
Due to the bank’s recent technology upgrades, the previously used units no longer meet the bank’s system requirements but still remain fully operational.
“The CPUs still work perfectly and we thought it would be the perfect opportunity, seeing as we’re a digitally led bank, to lend a hand at spreading computer literacy to students and educational establishments who need them most with the help of the Department of Information Communications Technology (DICT),” said head of marketing and corporate relations at Absa Bank Seychelles, Amanda Bernstein.
“The second hand units, inspected by representatives of the Ministry of Education, are all in great working condition and the gesture is one of Absa Bank Seychelles’ way of giving back to the communities in which we operate.
“It is through helping our communities that we thrive as an organisation and as a country.
“We thank the Ministry of Education and DICT for the collaboration and know that our donation will be put to good use,” Ms Bernstein added.