Computer Lab Project - Bulgaria

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Computer Lab Project - Bulgaria
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Country: Bulgaria
Volunteer(s) Name: C Lim
Volunteer(s) Homestate: California
Funds community contributed: $1, 575.22
Percentage community contributed: 25%
Funds needed were: $4, 723.00
Funds requested were: $4, 748.00
PPCP #: 313-057
Year of project approval: 2004
Projects started in Bulgaria 2004 (3).
Camp GLOW - Bulgaria 2004, Center for Education and Upbringing, Computer Lab Project - Bulgaria
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Info about the Computer Lab Project - Bulgaria

The aim of this project is to provide 10 computers for another computer room in the school as well as furnishings such as chairs and tables. Currently, the Professional High School for Technology and Management "Hristo Botev" has one computer room with 10 computers, however these computers are not adequate in number to proficiently teach computer studies to every student. The school believes that the teaching of computer studies should be an integral part of every child's curriculum. They hope that professional training on this subject will be a stepping stone toward meeting and exceeding world standards in the field. Hopefully, this project will produce knowledgeable computer specialists through the use of this new room. Partnership funds are needed to purchase furnishings and 10 computers.

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