DUBAI: About 300 laptops have been distributed among Pakistani community school students in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Many students in Pakistani community schools have lost their online classes because they do not have access to smart devices. “Now, we hope that these decent students will be able to get an education without a break during the COVID-19 period,” a senior diplomat believes.
The aim of this initiative is to help students become part of online education in place because of the closure of schools amid a coronavirus outbreak, the Pakistan Consulate stated. Consulate General of Pakistan in Dubai Ahmed Amjad Ali distributes laptops among students. Mission diplomats buy these laptops from consular funds as well as Pakistani donors donated for this purpose.
Students of the Dubai Pakistan Rashid Al Maktoum School, Islamia Fujairah High School and Ras Al-Khaimah Pakistan High School, received laptops that would help them continue their education through online classes.
Many Pakistani families are currently struggling in their livelihoods to send their children to these schools in the emirate. Many families need to ask for electronic devices because their children are disconnected from school because of the unavailability of these devices. Laptops have become an important educational tool since distance learning was introduced in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in March.
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