Computer Lab Program for Children in Vietnam

by Room to Read
Computer Lab Program for Children in Vietnam


Through the establishment of computer labs, the program provides economically disadvantaged children in Vietnam with practical training in computer literacy to enhance their employment opportunities.

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Computer literacy is one of the largest unmet needs of the educational systems in Vietnam, and often what holds young students back from being part of the global community. The "life skills" computer lab programs provide students with much needed practical training and skills that are marketable to employers. Each computer lab is established directly in a school, mainly secondary ones, and will be utilized on average by over 1,000 children.


We achieve our goals through the establishment of computer labs directly in the schools accompanied by teacher training. Training ensures adequate knowledge transfer from teacher to student, and ensures that the hardware is maintained properly.

Long-Term Impact

The core of the computer program is to help reduce the digital divide by providing computers to schools that could otherwise not afford them and to have a significant impact on the level of computer access and training of underprivileged children.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).



Organization Information

Room to Read

Location: San Francisco, CA - USA
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Twitter: @roomtoread

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Thanks to 3 donors like you, a total of $440 was raised for this project on GlobalGiving. Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.

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