By Sarah Pita | Development Director, Nehemiah Gateway USA
Moza and her computer
This weekend, Amaro Tan School English teacher Mimoza Pepa opened her new laptop for the first time. Integrated adaptive controls will make it possible for Moza to use this powerful new laptop for lesson planning for the children at Amaro Tan, as well as for the translation work she does for Nehemiah Gateway in Albania.
"Thank you very much for your help," Moza says. "I'm very grateful for your donations, and I'll use the computer to help the kids at Amaro Tan. I'm very grateful for all you have done, and I can't wait to learn to use it!"
As one of the lead English instructors at the Amaro Tan School, Moza tutors students in the after school enrichment program. You can learn more and contribute to that campaign here.
Thank you very much for your contribution to Moza's wonderful teaching.
Merry Christmas from all of us at Nehemiah Gateway!
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