Build Computer Labs for Students in Tanzania

by AfricAid, Inc.
Vetted
Oct 24, 2012

October Update

Student at AfricAid computer lab
Student at AfricAid computer lab

Hello dear AfricAid supporters,

Happy fall to you! I hope this update finds you well and enjoying the change of seasons.

I want to thank you for your support to build computer labs in at schools in Arusha, Tanzania.  AfricAid installed 4 computer labs at 4 schools in 2012 giving computer access and training to 2,000+ Tanzanian children.  Even in Tanzania, computer skills are necessary to get a job and most homes and schools do not have computers available.  By bringing computers and computer training to these children, they have the chance at a more rewarding future.

Asante sana for your support!

Elizabeth Abshire

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Organization Information

AfricAid, Inc.

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

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