Smart’s flagship education program facilitates 50 multigrade Eastern Visayan schools, its .biggest donation to-date.
More learners are expected to benefit from mobile technology, 21st century teaching tools and multimedia resources as employees of PLDT wireless subsidiary Smart Communications (Smart) continue to support ‘Smart Saturdays’
Sixteen-year-old Iva Jamelarin, a student-achiever from Iloilo, wrote a poem, presented it in class, and uploaded the recording on her Facebook account.
Faculty and students from the University of Science and Technology of Southern Philippines (USTP) National Service Training Program (NSTP) and Red Cross Youth (RCY) conducted their own disaster preparedness training for women.
SWEEP stands for Smart Wireless Engineering Education Program. Launched in 2004, the competition draws out students’ ingenuity in developing wireless applications.
Smart Communications joins the celebration of World Wetlands Day, underscoring the importance of wetlands in the ecosystem.
Social enterprise incubator uses NetSuite to accelerate growth for social enterprises and generate sustainable livelihoods.
Members of Davao City’s Matigsalug tribe now have a smart and innovative way of preserving…
Sixty is the new 40. Scientists affirm that what (or who) was considered old, say, a century ago, is no longer so today.
Smart will provide connectivity support to Nokia drones, which will be used by the Philippine Red Cross for their humanitarian efforts.