For the last two months, the trainees at the computer project have shown tremendous skills in computer. last month, they were able to help the local schools register for the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education and Kenya Certificate of Primary school 2011 online. The Kenya government has made it mandatory for the schools to register candidates online. ' We are very grateful to TYSA for initiating this project deep in the rural area here. We have been able to register our students online without having to travel over 20Kilometres' Mr Laban (Principal, St. Teresa's Secondary School). TYSA has also benefitted from the computer project as it has now established its on newsletter. The trainees are able to sue the various skills to put up a newsletter which initially TYSA used to go to Nairobi to have it done. I am very excited by this development. It is great to see young people doing great things. The newsletter is a great move for TYSA' Mr. Gichuki (Executive Director). Please read the newsletter on the link provided below and share your feedback with us. TYSA will be sending one of the computer trainee to cover the East Africa Cup in Moshi Tanzania as from June 21st to 27th next month. This will include photography and videography. We shall be sharing this in the next communication from the project. Your continued donation will support this initiative.
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