Gov’t distributes 800 laptops to Mon Repos residents

Eight hundred laptops were handed out yesterday by the government in Mon Repos under the One Laptop Per Family (OLPF) programme, GINA said.

OLPF staff processing documents before presenting laptops to Mon Repos residents. (GINA photo)

An OLPF Trainer explaining the basics of the laptop operations to beneficiaries (GINA photo)
An OLPF Trainer explaining the basics of the laptop operations to beneficiaries (GINA photo)

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