Warm greetings-We are delighted to report that over the last three months, the trainees and international volunteers at the computer project have shown tremendous computer skills. In the last month, the children at school participated in an E-class organized by Better World Cameroon with another school in UK. The teachers of our school also joined the program. During their classes, they learned a lot of new things concerning their curriculum and how subjects are taught in the UK. We are very grateful to Better World Cameroon for initiating this project. The School has also benefitted from the computer project as it has now established its own newsletter. The trainees are able to use the various skills to create a newsletter which initially CAPEC used to go to Yaoundé City to have it done. We are very excited by this development. It is great to see young people doing great things. The newsletter is a great move for CAPEC. In this newsletter, we will also be covering other activities such as the tree planting in local communities around. We plan to also share this with you in the coming months. It will include photography and videography. Included in this report is a Merry Christmas greeting photo from the children and Staff at the CAPEC school. This project continues to establish a brighter future for these wonderful children and you are an important part of this process. Thanks so much for your on-going support - helping to support this initiative and make a positive difference in the lives of these children - the future leaders of Cameroon.
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