Build Computer Labs for Students in Tanzania

by AfricAid, Inc.
Feb 22, 2011

AfricAid Adds Three New Computer Labs!

Dear friends,

I am writing to you with exciting news! With your help, we have been able to move forward with three new computer labs in Tanzania at three schools: Edmund Rice Secondary School, Muungano Secondary School, and Enaboishu Secondary School.

These three schools could not be more excited that their students will now have the opportunity to learn vital computer skills. The Tanzanian government recently made a move to require all students applying to college to submit their applications online. This makes basic computer and Internet skills even more important for students in Tanzania, who rarely have access to opportunities to learn.

I look forward to providing an update to you once these three new labs have been completed in the coming weeks!

With much appreciation,

Ashley Shuyler


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AfricAid, Inc.

Location: Denver, CO - USA
Website: http:/​/​
Project Leader:
Maria Galter
Executive Director
Denver, CO United States

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