Apple announces additional 25 million yuan donation to support the development of Chinese rural communities
Apple pledges 25 million yuan to further support the growth of rural communities in China
【PhoneAuto News】On October 17th, Apple announced that it will further increase its support for helping farmers, empowering students, and revitalizing communities in China through a partnership with the China Foundation for Rural Development. To this end, Apple will donate 25 million RMB to the China Foundation for Rural Development, and the additional funds will be used to help farmers learn new skills for business development and provide technology and digital education resources to empower students and teachers in rural areas.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said, “We are committed to supporting educational projects throughout China and providing technical support to farmers and students because education can change the destiny of many people, create opportunities, empower communities, and support the development of the next generation.”
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It is understood that Apple’s support for the China Foundation for Rural Development began with disaster relief and reconstruction efforts after the 2013 Lushan/Yaan earthquake. Since then, the two parties have collaborated to establish the Good Products Society, which supports agricultural development, the “Smart Classroom” that introduces iPads into rural schools, and the Sichuan Mengdingshan Cooperative Development Training Institute, which has provided advanced skill courses, including e-commerce and quality control, to over 2,400 rural cooperative directors.
Meanwhile, last year Apple also established the Apple Smart Education Center, targeting supply chain employees, at Zhejiang University. The center features cutting-edge learning laboratories where supplier employees can engage in activities related to advanced mechanical manufacturing, programming, as well as health and hygiene courses.
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