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MOE Launches New Device Distribution Following Donation From ROC Taiwan

Published 13 March 2023


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New MOE Device Distribution Begins Following Donation by The Taiwanese Embassy.

Basseterre, St. Kitts, March 10, 2023 – The Embassy of the Republic of China (Taiwan),
handed over 3,000 tablets, to the Ministry of Education in St. Kitts and Nevis, in a ceremony
held at the CUNA Conference Centre on March 10, 2023.

The Embassy of the Republic of China (Taiwan) presented the 3,000 tablets worth 1.7 million
EC dollars to the Ministry of Education in St. Kitts & Nevis. During remarks, His Excellency
Michael Chou-Horng Lin, Resident Ambassador, stated that the Embassy of China (Taiwan)
remains dedicated and committed to the education sector in St. Kitts and Nevis. He added that
the contribution provided by the embassy not only reflected their commitment but also marked
the 40th anniversary of the two countries’ relations. Ambassador Lin reinforced the embassy‚Äôs
contribution to education in St. Kitts and Nevis and urged students to use the tablets for
educational purposes only so that they can be better equipped for learning.

Minister of Education, Hon. Geoffrey Hanley, thanked His Excellency Michael Chou-Horng Lin
for his excellent and ongoing support to the Ministry of Education. He claimed that this
investment goes beyond the tablets that were supplied and includes teacher and student
technology training as well because it is crucial and necessary for educational technology.
Minister Hanley welcomed the investment of the chrome books and highlighted that the tablets
will be used for best practices in differentiated learning and self-paced and focused collaborative

Two thousand of the 3,000 tablets will go to St. Kitts, and one thousand will go to Nevis.
Minister of Education, Hon Troy Liburd, of the Nevis Island Administration was on hand to
receive the one thousand tablets that were donated to the students on the island of Nevis.

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