|Calum Chisholm (6th from left) of Intel Philippines and various partners for DigiBayanihan|
Different groups from government agencies, local industries, technical vocation institutions and academic groups joined hands for the launch of DigiBayanihan.
The movement was formed by its partners like Intel Philippines, Children International-Philippines, Information & Communications Technology Office of DOST, National ICT Confederation of the Philippines, Philippine Community e-Center Network, Philippine Society of IT Educators, Technical Vocational Schools and Associations of the Philippines and UP System IT Foundation.
Its primary objective is to provide basic digital learning skills by involving a person or a group as volunteer teachers and leveraging Intel Easy Steps for more Filipinos around the country. This will give opportunity to people, especially those in the rural areas who do not have a chance to learn the basics of a computer.
If you or your group is interested to join in this meaningful project, you can register at www.digibayanihan.org or you can contact them through e-mail at email@example.com