Library for 10,000 Moroccan Berbers

 
$50,188
$18,012
Raised
Remaining
Oct 27, 2009

13 Computers Donated to Library

Laptops arrived in Morocco last week.
Laptops arrived in Morocco last week.

Thanks to Dell, the 50x15 Foundation, and The Nobelity Project for donating five new laptops and eight new OLPC (One Laptop Per Child) computers to the library. The Dell laptops were delivered to Morocco last week and the OLPC's will arrive in the spring. The computers will be available for use in the library's community room and will provide previously unavailable access to 10,000 permanent and seasonal residents.

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Cloe Medina Erickson

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