Xiaomi just donated 55-inch TVs, tablets to a High School in Manila

MANILA, Philippines – In a collaborative effort aimed at empowering educational experiences, Xiaomi and World Vision have generously donated an array of smart devices to a high school in Baseco, Manila. This initiative, designed specifically for Grade 12 ICT students, aims to enrich their learning environment by providing access to cutting-edge resources.

The donation, consisting of 24 Xiaomi Smart Air Purifiers 4, 10 Xiaomi Pad 6 tablets, and 6 Xiaomi TV A Pro Series 55-inch sets, is a part of Xiaomi’s Education Program. This program, aligned with the vision of enhancing students’ skills, aims to equip them with the necessary tools to tackle the challenges of the 21st century.

The focus is not solely on providing hardware; Xiaomi’s Education Program incorporates workshops and campus tours, immersing students in photography and gaming. This holistic approach enables students to delve into advanced skill sets while utilizing smartphones, laptops, and various smart devices.

Tomi Adrias, Head of Marketing at Xiaomi Philippines, expressed the company’s commitment to societal impact through technological advancements worldwide. The objective remains clear: to inspire students in Baseco to dream big and unlock their full potential through education.

Moreover, Xiaomi has been actively promoting educational excellence through digital masterclasses. Collaborating with San Beda University, the company conducted a photography workshop and campus tour, showcasing the capabilities of the Redmi Note 12 Series, Xiaomi’s latest smartphone offering.

This initiative demonstrates a concerted effort between Xiaomi and World Vision to uplift education and create opportunities for the youth in Baseco, fostering an environment conducive to learning and growth.