Microsoft Philippines Country Manager, John Bessey, and DSWD Secretary Dinky Soliman, sit down for an interview with reporters to discuss Microsoft's Citizenship program in partnership with DSWD. Matikas Santos/INQUIRER.net
Microsoft Philippines Country Manager, John Bessey, and DSWD Secretary Dinky Soliman pose for pictures during Microsoft's ‘NGO Connection Day’ that brings digital software technology to NGO's in the country to boost their capabilities. Matikas Santos/INQUIRER.net

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