KE donates computers to public school

Staff Reporter

Karachi—K-Electric has donated fully functional desktop computers to Qurtaba Government Boys and Girls Elementary School located in Shireen Jinnah Colony. Over 250 students will be able to use computers for the first time in their school.
According to KE spokesperson said, “We strongly believe in empowering the society and giving back to the community. We will continue to contribute to the improvement of communities in areas such as poverty reduction, health, education, skill development, environmental protection, and energy conservation.”
The principal of Qurtaba Government Elementary Boys & Girls School thanked KE for the generous donation. She said, “This donation will help our students to develop their computer knowledge which serves as the foundation of education in the modern world.”
K-Electric reaches around 3.5 million lives annually under its Social Investment Programme (SIP). Initiatives under SIP include facilitating education for the underprivileged; providing free electricity to Karachi’s key educational and health institutions; educating thousands of school children through its fire safety and energy conservation programmes while engaging youth through cricket and football platforms including KE-Lyari League.

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