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Mano Amiga - Computer classroom construction

SKF in Guadalajara, Mexico has been supporting the construction of a computer classroom together with the local community support institution Fundo Unido de Jalisco (Jalisco state).

The foundation has been running a programme called Mano Amiga para la Niñez (Friendly hand for kids), which seeks to provide computer education to children and their families in less privileged areas.

SKF have supported with financial means to get the classroom ready and donations for utilities and materials required to run classroom training. With the help of SKF’s it service partner, the classroom has been equipped with computers and other hardware. Classes are held by SKF employees along with other volunteers and have the capacity to host around 200 student of various age per day.

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