Technology serves its greatest purpose when it connects people to each other. When we work with schools in Kenya to build computer labs and provide internet access, human connections, ideas and collaborations happen. Work with us to connect Kenyan students to their peers in Colorado and watch as they build the future!
Education is the road out of poverty. Today, education needs to include access to technology and the internet. Kenyan schools are working to build the bridges their students need and we need to help them! By connecting schools in Kenya to the internet, students are able to connect to the world and all it has to offer. Information, collaboration, cross cultural learning, world events- these are only a drop in the bucket.
Technology Partnership (TP) has supported the schools of Meru, Kenya for over 10 years by supplying computers and computer training for over 200 teachers in 48 schools serving 38,000 Kenyans in grades K-12. NOW, we're connecting Kenyan kids to kids in the US via the internet to solve global problems jointly and along the way learn about each other and their cultures. Through this project, TP will help fund internet service and classroom connections to help jump start these opportunities.
Computer technology and internet connectivity are necessity for economic development. Technical skills and understanding of the internet are imperative for global citizens. With internet access and technological literacy, our partners can reach opportunities all over the world and realize their potential for themselves and their communities.