With the increasing need to spread digital knowledge to marginalized ares in Africa, some students from JKUAT, Kenya have decided to do something to bridge that technology gap. Starting with a school in Masii, they have managed to equip over 60 children between the ages of 10 and 13 with fundamental knowledge of the worlds most popular digital device, the computer.
More than 100 pupils from five public primary schools in Madogo, Tana River county received a rare opportunity to learn basic computer skills during the April holiday. The project dubbed, digital literacy was run by volunteering students drawn from different universities in the area. Classes were held at the Life Frontier school’s computer lab. The next session of “Kompyuta Mashinani” will be in Mwingi, Kitui County
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