In partnership with Partners for Sustainable Development, OFTEC Palestine has granted a new achievement by choosing to implement a new project within the "digitization of education" project implemented by the Ministry of Higher Education through the acquired budgets from municipalities of Ramallah, Al-Bireh and Betonia.

The partners recently won the tender for the supply of tablet devices to schools in Ramallah, Al-Bireh and Betonia as part of the "Digitalization of Education" initiative, which includes the provision of interactive digital content, training of teachers on classroom management and training for students.

Mr. Jamel Daher, CEO of OFFTEC Palestine said that the project is in line with OFFTEC's priorities and its interest in promoting innovative educational solutions based on knowledge, science and technology.

He Continued, "Education is a cornerstone of the development of any society, and attention to it is one of the pillars of OFFTEC's strategy. It is no surprise that the company has implemented many initiatives over the past years to promote the culture of education and to link it to the rapid technological development”

He added, “The technological revolution requires us to be able to keep up with the latest developments in this field, to be part of the global foot in this regard. We are delighted to be part of a vital project, the digitization of education project, by promoting innovation and creativity using technology among students.

The partnership with the municipalities of Ramallah, Al-Bireh and Betonia is a source of pride for us, and we are always looking forward to providing something that will advance the development in our country," he said. Our company is committed to continuing its efforts to come up with ideas and initiatives, benefiting not only the individual, but also the various companies and institutions.

Jawad Abo Oun, CEO of Partners for Sustainable Development, said: "The initiative of our Foundation is to partner with the private sector to implement inspiring initiatives that will spread the culture of entrepreneurship and stimulate creativity among students. This project aims to build the capacity of students and teachers to employ technology in education and life. As well as community-based, initiatives linked to the curriculum to enable students to use knowledge to solve problems and challenges from reality.

He added that the Partners in Sustainable Development Foundation has computerized the Palestinian curriculum and enriched it with electronic and audiovisual resources and simulation systems that will provide diverse sources of learning and enrich Arabic content on the Internet.