Microsoft Philippines Home
Search for:

Product Families


About Microsoft Philippines

Eduardo Rosinni (seated), Microsoft Vice President for Asia Pacific, together with Antonio "TJ" Javier (2nd from right), Microsoft Philippines Managing Director, visited the IT Training Center of the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) in Pasay City. The OWWA IT Training Center is part of the grant from Microsoft Unlimited Potential: Tulay, which aims to bridge both the digital divide in the OFW sector as well as the physical divide between the OFWs and their families in the Philippines. The OWWA IT Training Center has trained more than 2,000 OFWs since it was established.

Looking on are (from left) Microsoft Regional Community Affairs Director for Asia-Pacific and Japan Lori Forman, OWWA Administrator Marianito Roque, and OWWA director Resty de la Fuente.
Microsoft Unlimited Potential is a global initiative focused on providing technology skills for underserved individuals. Recipients of UP grants are public centers where people can gain IT skills and training to help themselves and their communities. There are currently six Tulay centers in different Asian countries including Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, Malaysia and the Philippines.
©2017 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Terms of Use | Privacy Statement