How frustrating is it when you are using an old computer that is constantly shutting down, is slow to use and sometimes doesn't turn on at all? That is what our teachers, Bunrong and Phyrom, have to deal with on a daily basis. Purchased in 2012, these computers have been a part of our grassroots community centre since our humble beginnings, but unfortunately, they won't survive much longer.
In 2018, we are determined to purchase two new laptops to replace our old ones. Productivity will increase, and so will the quality of their work. These computers are vital for Bunrong and Phyrom to prepare lessons for English, preschool, Khmer and living values classes, which will in turn, educate and empower Cambodian children living in poverty.
These computers will last at least five years with the care from our staff, so they will offer a lot of benefits for our education staff to use for their daily work.