Borov Dol mine aims to improve the quality of life of the population living in the local community near the mine. Through its activities, Borov Dol strives to meets present needs and provide sustainability for future generations. The mine has set goals for sustainable development which place special emphasis on creating conditions for the development of equitable, quality education for all.
At the beginning of the new school year, which started today, on September 1, Borov Dol donated technical equipment for successful monitoring of the curriculum in the primary school “Goce Delchev” in the Municipality of Konche. The school received four interactive smart boards which will be integrated into the teaching process. They will enable more effective implementation of the curriculum through a new and modern method of conducting the lessons. This will also allow teachers to bring the curriculum closer to students in an interactive way and will replace the classical way of teaching. The donation is valued at approximately €2,000.
“Modern society requires a modern education system, which sometimes is dependent on the possibilities and capacities ofthe teaching equipment used in schools. Having in mind the importance of education, we focused our attention on providing an inclusive and effective environment for current and future generations of students. With this donation, we have created conditions for a quality educational process in the school, enabling the application of modern learning methods,” said Pavlo Krivinskyi, General Manager, Borov Dol.
Borov Dol and Bucim mines are committed to supporting and promoting education in the communities in which they operate. In their work, they constantly invest and support local schools to improve the educational process. Last year, in which the teaching took place online, the mines provided tablets and internet access for students and computer equipment for schools in Radovish, Konche, Oraovica, and Injevo, in order to ensure the smooth functioning of online school due to the coronavirus pandemic.