Two computer trainees, Alfred and Marion, have completed training in Microsoft Word - word processing. Further training in Excel, Access and PowerPoint were delayed due to the Ebola outbreak.For Alfred, receiving computer training helps him become proficient and able to provide training to other youths in computer skills when the computer lab is functional. And, it will help him to build on his ability to be an efficient School Principal in the future.For Marion, receiving computer training helps her aspiration to be successful in college and in her future career goal practicing law. Alfred and Marion are very grateful for the computer training they received and say "Thank You" to GlobalGiving donors for their support.With YOUR generous support, very soon hundreds of children and youth in the community will benefit from the opportunity to train at the computer lab. Their dreams of becoming computer literate will soon be a reality!
Alfred is a teacher-in-training who volunteers at the Door of Hope After School Program, rendering service to children in the Wellington community environs. He is enthusiastic about giving back to the children in the community and is a great leader.He aspires to be a School Principal and becoming computer proficient is one of his dreams. Together we are making this dream come true. We are covering the costs of training classes for Alfred in MS Office software applications. He plans to help train other youths in computer skills when the computer lab is functional.For Alfred, having the opportunity to learn MS Office software applications and other computer skills will help to build on his ability to be an efficient School Principal. He is also interested in law, and is smart and very accommodating.Thanks to YOU, we have come a very long way! With YOUR generous support, very soon hundreds of children and youth in the community will benefit from the opportunity to train at the computer lab. Their dreams of becoming computer literate will soon be a reality!
Imagine living with ZERO or limited access to computers! This is what life is like for Marion (pictured) and hundreds of other disadvantaged youths in the Wellington community in Freetown. Marion just completed her West African Senior Secondary School Examination and is awaiting her results to hopefully start university. She would like to become a lawyer. She wants to become computer proficient as this will help her both when in college and also when practicing law. This Wednesday June 25th is Bonus Day, YOU can help Marion become computer proficient. YOU can help make her dreams and those of hundreds of other youths come true. Access to this computer lab and the Internet will open up a world of learning, growth and self-advancement opportunities for the beneficiaries.
Beginning Wednesday at NOON (EDT) until funds run out or June 26th at 11:59 AM, YOUR donation of any amount up to $1000 will be matched dollar for dollar by Microsoft YouthSpark, allowing for an even bigger impact on the youth we serve together! Together we will create a new future for Marion and the other youths.Please save the date / time and join us in helping to open a new portal of learning.Also included in this report are photos of the network cabinet and complete wiring in the computer lab. Over the past 2 weeks we completed wiring of the computer lab for a local area network. It's wonderful to see the room falling into place - almost ready for the computers that YOU will hopefully help provide. Thanks so much for your help! With much excitement and gratitude...
As you may know, one of the areas that Develop Africa focuses on is providing the essential tools, training and resources that people in the developing world need to better themselves. This project focuses on the specific area of providing computer training for youths - who otherwise have limited or no access to computers or training. One of the deserving youths that we have been working with is Christiana. She has received a scholarship through another GlobalGiving project and also is a leadership mentee. She volunteers with Door of Hope and helps to mentor and encourage children in the community. Christina would like to be a banker. Christiana is eagerly looking forward to the launching of the new computer lab that will be set up hopefully in the next year. Currently, the floor for the lab has been completed – as you can see from the photo accompanying this report. We have made tremendous strides over past year and YOU have been a huge part of making this progress happen. Your support is helping to prepare a great future for the youths. The building completion and floor tiling would not have happened without your support. Thanks again! Save the date: On Wednesday June 25, 2014, 12:00PM EDT - June 26, 2014 11:59AM EDT Microsoft will be matching donations to this project at 100%! Your donation of $50 will be doubled to $100! This is a wonderful opportunity to make your donation go further. This will help us purchase the much-needed computer that Christiana and the other youths will use. Thanks for helping to make the dream of computer training come true for the youths. We appreciate you!
Happy New Year!Thankfully, last year we together made significant progress towards completing the Develop Africa Empowerment and Training Institute and the room that will house our new computer lab - both still under construction. We are delighted with the progress that we have achieved together and are so excited about this new training platform. Thanks to YOUR support we have come a very long way!Included with this report are
Thanks in part to your kind assistance, we have come a mighty long way! The launching of the computer lab is in sight - and just around the corner. We can do this together in 2014! At this point we need an additional $12,500 to finish the room and purchase the computer desks and chairs, computers, a podium, document scanner, overhead projector and printer. We would be so grateful if you could join us launch the lab and complete this final lap. Your donation of $50 today will help us get there.This will provide a training opportunity for hundreds of children and youth in the community - like those pictured in this report. Thank so much for your support!
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