This project will train 500 slum youths in Kenya in basic computer skills. The target group lives in the most poorest and marginalised slums in Kenya and have no access to computer literacy training. The project will empower the trainees in use of the computer to access information, search for jobs, for business and in communication.
There are currently more than 1 million young people and orphans living in various slum settlements in Nairobi, Kenya. This group is highly vulnerable to HIV/AIDS, crime and drug trafficking. These young people have no access to basic computer skills due to poverty. This hinders their access to economic and development opportunities. This project will empower more than 500 slum youths in Kenya in use of the computer to access information, search for jobs, do business and for communication.
KESYDO provides basic computer training to vulnerable slum youths. The youths are provided with basic computer literacy, free access to internet, use of the the computer to access information, to communicate, to search for jobs and to do business.
The project will train 500 slum youths in basic computer skills and provide free access to internet. The youth will gain skills on use of the computer to do business, to communicate, search for jobs and to access information on various topics. This will empower them to rise out of poverty and provide for their families.
This project has been retired and is no longer accepting donations.
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