100 primary and secondary schools, including 46,000 students from disadvantaged areas in Guinea, are not introduced to the use of ICT in schools. Of these 46,000 students, 3,700 students with disabilities and 23,000 girls do not learn under the same conditions as other students. Hunger is a cause of school failure in those areas where poor parents can not feed them every day. Malaria is the leading cause of death among students in these areas.
We will create a community of 100 interconnected schools through a web-based platform that integrates a harmonized curriculum of computer science courses, distribute antimalarial medicines, perform periodic medical examinations, prevent communicable diseases and support. fast in case of illness. Will use locally grown produce to provide one meal a day to 46,000 underprivileged students.
In the long term, 46,000 disadvantaged children will be ready for the job market. Creating a network of primary and secondary schools aims to reach more disadvantaged areas in the longer term. By networking these schools in disadvantaged areas, they will share experiences that can serve the younger generations of these regions. Children in these regions will no longer be discriminated against in terms of computer training. In fact, they can study at home to avoid immigration or rural exordium
This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).
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