Digital Solidarity

Orange Botswana Foundation continues to champion innovation and technology for socio-economic development through a donation of ICT equipment to 75th primary school through the Digital School Programme



Orange Botswana helps usher in a new digital era for Qabo Primary School in Qabo Village, through its Digital Schools Programme. This endowment marks the 75th digital school donation from Orange Botswana through its CSR entity, Orange Foundation to a primary school in the country.

This initiative reflects Orange Botswana’s unwavering commitment to championing innovation, technology and socio-economic progress. Orange Botswana continues to play a pivotal role in advancing education and empowering learners at primary school level. The Digital Schools Programme is an initiative to help bridge the digital divide in remote communities by providing access to modern educational resources and promoting digital inclusion.

One of the Orange Foundation’s missions is to champion innovation and investment as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) efforts. By providing ICT equipment to Qabo Primary School, the Orange Foundation purposes to provide learners with the critical resources and skills needed to enhance their learning experience, excel in their studies, and draw into the vast opportunities and educational enrichment available through digital technology.

The digital school kit donated to Moralane Primary School; includes the following but is not exclusive to;

  • 50 tablets
  • 50 headsets
  • 1 video projector
  • 2 Raspberry servers
  • 1 JBL speaker
  • 1 Laptop
  • 8 cases to contain the kit