NCPC to Execute DepEd-UNDP DCP Lot 4 in Regions IV-B and V

1 Sep

Last July 22-29, 2017, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in partnership with the Department of Education (DePeD) convened its CSO Partners who recently coined themselves  as Citizens Participating in Governance (CPAG) for the formal take off of the Lot 4 DepEd Computerization Program (DCP) that aims to improve the quality of education by providing ICT equipment and install solar system to schools located in remote areas specifically those unenergized elementary and high schools in the Philippines.

In Lot 4, a total of 3,649 unenergized schools shall receive computer packages with 1,421 in Mindanao and 2,273 in Luzon. To complete the installation, PROPMECH Corporation was hired for the installation of Solar PV Power System (SPPS) to the school benificiaries within the contract’s identified time frame.

This joint program of UNDP and DepEd is a response to the backlogs on computers in public schools by providing computer units and training on basic trouble shooting.  The DCP program which started in 2010 aims to provide public schools with appropriate  technologies that would enhance the teaching-learning process and meet the challenges of the 21st century.  NCPC was one of the NGOs chosen by UNDP to execute the DCP Lot 4 in Regions IV-B and V.  One of NCPC’s role as well is to facilitate the third party monitoring activities for Lot 4 in the said regions specifically in the delivery and installation of the computer packages and solar equipment in the schools identified to ensure it reaches the right school at the right time and with right quantity.

 

 

 

 

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