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Argos Dominicana and Sur Futuro Foundation deliver 1099 school kits in the San Cristóbal province

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Argos Dominicana, together with the Sur Futuro Foundation, recently delivered 1099 kits to students from the Enriquillo, Julián Jiménez, Hato Viejo, San Nicolás, Malpáez and Zeneida Beltré educational centres in the municipality of Nigua, San Cristóbal, in order to improve the educational conditions of the Initial and Primary educational levels, through the use of educational and didactic materials adapted to the school grade.

The kits were organised by level of learning and taking into account the recommendations and needs expressed by the directors and teachers of the educational centres. They were delivered to children from kindergarten to sixth grade, as part of the Educational Quality Support programme run by both entities since 2005 in the 04-07 Nigua-Palenque Educational District.

“At Argos we are committed to creating social value with the help of great allies such as the Sur Futuro Foundation and we are proud to bring development and transformation to more than 1000 children in the Province of San Cristóbal through the delivery of their school kits. We believe that education is the engine that drives social and economic change in the country and that is why we are committed to initiatives that promote quality education for children in the Dominican Republic ”, expressed Gary de la Rosa, General Director of Argos Dominicana.

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