This development comes as the Sandals Foundation joins forces with the In Time Education project and the Taiwanese Embassy by configuring the information technology room of the school.
Speaking at an official handover, Regional Public Relations Manager of Sandals Foundation, Dominic Fedee, said the non-profit organization was very thankful for the opportunity to participate in such a noble undertaking.
“We are very big on education as it is the single best method to give people an opportunity to become the best version of themselves. We are very thrilled about the future of this program and can’t wait to see its outcome. Education is the best investment we can make in our children’s future and our country’s posterity,” Fedee said.
Education is one of the pillars upon which the Sandals Foundation is built and includes the adoption of 26 schools across the Caribbean.