The Charitable Fund of Salome Zurabishvili paid for a month of the internet for 624 socially unprotected high school students, according to the website of the Georgian President on Facebook.
Salome Zurabishvili helped students through the “Charte” charity platform (www.charte.ge). The fund allocated more than 12 thousand lari (about 4 thousand dollars) to pay for the Internet.
Thus, the President of Georgia during the coronavirus pandemic and the state of emergency provides students with appropriate technological resources to facilitate the process of online learning and the development of various skills.
Students can also learn foreign languages, school and examination materials, literature, media literacy, the basics of financing, etc. through the Charte platform.
The Salome Zurabishvili Foundation was established on November 8, 2019.