YCAB Foundation received 23 HP 1,162 Neverstop 1000a / w printers. HP eduXtion also supports one of HP’s visions to realize a better learning system for 100 million people by 2025, namely through the global education curriculum, donation of equipment (including printers), and on-demand learning technology.
HP eduXtion is a program that provides broad support for teachers and students to be ready to face the challenges of new normal education in the pandemic era and amidst digital limitations. Printed material can help the learning process where schools or foundations can distribute printed curriculum materials to students and families in need.
Cooperating with Tribun Network as an online media that reaches all of Indonesia, HP eduXtion donated more than 1,162 printers for schools throughout Indonesia for free. The HP eduXtion program in collaboration with Tribunnews has been opened online through an opening ceremony held on Thursday, February 11, 2021.
Fiona Lee, President Director of HP Indonesia, said that HP eduXtion helps young people access learning facilities, especially through printers. This aims to improve the learning process of teachers and students to make it more enjoyable through printed materials.
“Printing helps make learning activities possible. Research shows that people absorb more information when they read it on paper than from screens. That’s why at HP, we always push what’s possible with the power of print to take education further by combining digital learning with printed materials,” said Lee