USF donates computers to Huntley Primary
THE Manchester-based Huntley Primary and Infant School, and Huntley Library, have together received five desktop computers from Universal Service Fund (USF).
The handover of the machines during a recent ceremony underscores the USF’s commitment to enhancing educational and community development islandwide.
“Our goal is to ensure that every Jamaican, regardless of their location, has access to modern communications and information technology. These computers represent a step towards achieving that goal,” said USF Chief Executive Officer Dr Daniel Dawes.
Member of Parliament for Manchester North Western Mikael Phillips commended the USF on the work they are doing islandwide.
“Access to technology is vital in today’s education landscape. This donation will significantly benefit the students of Huntley Primary and Infant School and the broader community,” he said.
Meanwhile, Councillor Candidate Devon Wilson expressed gratitude for the contribution to the school and library.
He underscored that the devices will empower the community with access to valuable educational and informational resources, thereby fostering growth and development in the rural neighbourhood.