Students in Class at Kamakwie computer lab
Thanks in part to your support, more students in Kamakwie are getting the computer training they need for success in today's technology-driven environment. Recently, Abu, manager of the Develop Africa Sierra Leone team, visited the Kamakwie computer lab and delivered a used generator to keep the computer lab running when the power goes out along with 10 additional power chords, 5 VGA cables, and 5 keyboards & mice.
The students and staff at the Kamakwie computer lab were all very thankful for the new computer equipment and generator. There are currently 20 computers for students, a projector, and 2 speakers for computer classes in the Kamakwie computer lab.
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Amy and the Develop Africa team
Generator for Kamakwie Computer Lab