The impact of Covid-19 has brought a severe disruption amongst the educational institutions and level of learning conducted in Malaysia today. Coming to recognise the inadequacies and inequities present during a crisis as such, Rentwise is proud to have combined its efforts with the prestigious Harvard Club of Malaysia in May 2021 in providing the best support of services through its Digital Learning Empowerment Programme (DLEP).
Serving to support the advancement of the Malaysian education institutions through a complete set of digital learning resources and ICT development, a pilot corporate social responsibility (CSR) project with the Harvard Club of Malaysia was initiated. A total of 25 units of desktops and monitors were distributed to the reputable school of SK Damansara Jaya 2, Selangor.
The Harvard Club of Malaysia which was founded and developed to foster the spirit of community and fraternity amongst its members, also holds a special mission by heart in wanting to improve the educational growth and welfare of the needy community in Malaysia. “This has indeed nurtured our vision together as we combine and implement our efforts in providing IT equipment that delivers additional measures for the school in providing continuous educational support through online learning systems during this pandemic,” conveyed Mr. Lanz Boo, the Commercial Director at Rentwise, Malaysia.
As a provider of Green IT infrastructure services, Rentwise seeks to raise the educational standards of Malaysia through various CSR initiatives and collaborations with corporate clients. As such, this would not just develop a sustainable learning opportunity but also contribute to the growth of a resilient community in the future.