We have some exciting news to share from our tech-savvy scholars over at the Kisa Project.
AfricAid recently completed the installation of computer labs at two of Kisa partner schools in Tanzania. The first school, Enaboishu Secondary School, received a donation of 11 computers from the Ross Family Foundation. Enaboishu hired a full-time computer teacher who recently attended a two-week training by ViaAfrica and will be helping the scholars use the computers on a daily basis! The recent Kisa newsletter reports that the girls are “already proficient and very active online!”
The Kisa Scholars received their website training on July 9th with Kisa mentor Esther as their coach. They will now have access to the website and a better opportunity to communicate with sponsors!
We look forward to seeing the strides these girls will make with the internet at their fingertips!