HP Lends Aid To Government, Businesses, And Communities In Malaysia
HP Malaysia recently announced their support to aid government bodies, businesses, and communities in the country in an effort to recover from the recent COVID-19 pandemic.
HP Malaysia lends a hand
For the initiative, HP has provided support for personal protective equipment (PPE), 3D printed face-mask adjuster, employee and HP Foundation donations, enhanced customer support capabilities, remote working and learning initiatives, as well as customer and partner reliefs.
They’ve also supported ‘Learning From Home’ initiative where they’ve donated 60 HP 14 laptops to low-income families with school children through their #iMovewithHP campaign.
They focus on helping the country in adapting to thrive in the new normal while prioritizing their health and safety.
Here’s what they had to say about the initiative:
As a trusted global technology brand with a local soul that prioritizes the well-being of our people, customers, partners and communities, it’s our responsibility to go above and beyond our usual business parameters to support Malaysia’s future as we adapt to thrive in this new normal.
I believe that the resources, reliefs, capabilities and technology tools that we’ve put in place will benefit many Malaysians as they rally to keep working, keep learning and keep going for a better future together.Fayza Mohamed Amin, Malaysia Managing Director of HP Inc
The HP Foundation has contributed RM2.17 million to Mercy Malaysia’s COVID-19 Strategic Preparedness and Response Plan, where the donation will be used to pilot targeted mass COVID-19 testing programs targeted at high risk and vulnerable communities in the country. They will also be used to provide PPE supplies for frontline healthcare workers and hospitals.
Pokdepinion: It’s good to see that they are lending a hand to provide support to the country!