LA TRINIDAD, Benguet – The Regional Finance Service Office (RFSO) of the Police Regional Office Cordillera gave information technology equipment to 15 poor but deserving students in this province.
PRO-Cor Information Officer Capt. Marnie Abellanida said each of the beneficiaries, who were chosen in the 15 municipalities of the province, received a brand new tablet with pocket WiFi, 32-gigabyte USB, and Internet subscription for the duration of the school year.
Abellanida said the distribution is part of the “Project Adal” that was launched through a memorandum of agreement with the Schools District Office of Benguet on April 12.
“Adal” is an Ilokano term for education.
Project Adal, also known as “Edukasyong hatid ng RFSO 15 sa gitna ng pandemya,” aims to help students achieve their dreams through education.
The Schools Division Office of Benguet chose the beneficiaries.
Schools Division Superintendent Gloria Buya-ao thanked the police for their investment in education.
“When you invest in education you are sure you are investing in the future, especially on the chosen beneficiaries,” she said. – PNA