Afghans Learn to Use Computers For Their Jobs


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Equiping Students With Information Technology

By a male, 22-30 years old, in Masaka, Uganda
Map of EQUIPING STUDENTS WITH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY The ministry for information communication technology (ICT) in an attempt to teach the young generation computer skills in Uganda he has donated free computers to secondary schools. primary schools and also university as institutes. This is advantegeous because its erasing away computer illetracy in the county. Read more.
Related to project keywords: computer skills, computers, away, technology, information

We Need Skill In This Competitive World.

By a female, 22-30 years old, in Masaka, Uganda
Map of We need skill in this competitive world. Busoda, it offers training and technical skills corpetrery to volunarable groups of people like women, disabled children and orphans in rural areas. This has enabled such people to earn a living in this competitive uganda. Read more.
Related to project keywords: competitive, technical skills, need, world, training
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Project Leader

Toc Dunlap

Executive Director
Dearborn, Michigan United States

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Map of Afghans Learn to Use Computers For Their Jobs