March 06 2019 0comment

Telica children will have access to new educational technologies

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) projects should not be a burden with which it should deal only the company, and we constantly talk about the need to establish strategic alliances with actors who can help projects to be implemented more effectively and trying to make them more profitable. Polaris Energy, a Canadian capital company which operates the San Jacinto-Tizate geothermal plant in Telica León, knows that very well and recently they partnered with the NGO World Vision.

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) projects should not be a burden with which it should deal only the company, and we constantly talk about the need to establish strategic alliances with actors who can help projects to be implemented more effectively and trying to make them more profitable. Polaris Energy, a Canadian capital company which operates the San Jacinto-Tizate geothermal plant in Telica León, knows that very well and recently they partnered with the NGO World Vision.

About 300 children from the community of San Jacinto, located in Telica department of León, very soon will be able to do their homework and reinforce their knowledge using technological tools, the project ‘I want to read to learn’, driven by World Vision and will feature financing by Polaris in this area. The agreement will run for 13 months and also plans to include community residents to voluntarily support the educational processes of children in San Jacinto.

Polaris operates the generating geothermal power plant San Jacinto Tizate since 2010, time in which it has invested more than $ 500 million, with an installed generation capacity of 77 megawatts, representing about 10% of total demand the country’s energy. Through its Social Responsibility projects they have sought to improve the quality of life of the inhabitants of the area, developing water projects and education, according to their representatives. The energy company set up in 2013 a computer room for the school Sara Maria Parrales community of San Jacinto, which has also to bring new technologies to students of elementary and high-school, and also has served to train community leaders with Informatics class.

 

VOS TV – Niños de Telica tendrán acceso a nuevas tecnologías educativas

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