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Orange Botswana continues to champion innovation and technology for socio- economic development through a donation of ICT equipment to 72nd primary school through the Digital School Programme

▪ Orange Botswana helps usher in a new digital era for Moralane Primary School
in Moralane village, through its Digital Schools Programme

▪ Orange Botswana through the Orange Foundation remains committed to digital
inclusion through its donation of a Digital Schools Kit to Moralane Primary
School in Moralane village, in the Central District.

▪ The donation to Moralane Primary School is the 72nd donation of ICT supplies
from the Orange Foundation through the Digital School Programme

The Orange Foundation is proud to announce the handover of an Orange Digital
Centre Kit to Moralane Primary School in Moralane village, Central district. This
endowment marks the 72nd digital school donation from Orange Botswana through its
CSR entity Orange Foundation to a primary school in the country. This initiative
reflects Orange Botswana’s unwavering commitment to championing innovation,
technology, and socio-economic progress.

Orange Botswana continues to play a pivotal role in advancing education and
empowering learners at the primary school level. The Digital Schools Programme is
an initiative to help bridge the digital divide in remote communities by providing access
to modern educational resources and promoting digital inclusion.

One of the Orange Foundation’s missions is to champion innovation and investment
as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) efforts. By providing ICT
equipment to Moralane Primary School, the Orange Foundation purposes to provide
learners with the critical resources and skills needed to enhance their learning

experience, excel in their studies, and draw into the vast opportunities and educational
enrichment available through digital technology.

The Digital Schools kit donated to Moralane Primary School includes the following but
is not exclusive to;
– 50 tablets
– 1 video projector
– 2 Raspberry servers
– 1 JBL Speaker
– 1 Laptop
– 8 Cases

This ICT equipment will benefit the learners but furthermore enhance the school’s
operations, ensuring that both students and educators have access to state-of-the-art
resources for teaching and learning.

The donation was received by the Assistant Minister of Education and Skills
Development and Member of Parliament for Shoshong Constituency, Honorable
Aubrey Lesaso. The Minister alluded the importance of digitalization and thanked
Orange Botswana for their continued efforts to bridge the digital divide and the
opportunities they continue to avail learners as they step into a more digitally inclusive

Kabelo Motswasele, Orange Sales Business Partner in Palapye, noted that “Orange
Botswana is dedicated to playing a key part as a responsible corporation in
transforming and shaping the future through initiatives that promote the growth and
progress of the ICT in Botswana. The Digital Schools Programme is our way of
ensuring that young learners have access to quality education with the integration of
ICTs in learning, addressing issues of digital inclusion by leveraging technology to
improve access to education.”

The Orange Foundation looks forward to expanding the Digital Schools Program
even further, extending its reach beyond primary education, and truly living up to its
mission of providing access to education for all. Orange Botswana strives to provide

Batswana of all ages with Innovative and relevant solutions, empowering the future
leaders of Moralane village and contributing to a more inclusive and digitally connected

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