Secondary School Computer Lab

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Secondary School Computer Lab
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Country: Tanzania
Volunteer(s) Name: J Kramb
Funds community contributed: $1070
Percentage community contributed: 67%
Funds needed were: $510
Funds requested were: $510
PPCP #: 621-183
Year of project approval: 2009
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Info about the Secondary School Computer Lab


The aim of this project is to purchase equipment for the operation of a computer laboratory at a Secondary School in Tanzania. Computers were donated to the school in 2007, but costs associated with building and equipping a room to allow these computers to be used safely and effectively are significant. The Secondary School has been making progress toward making these computers available for student use, but recent circumstances have caused financial strain on the school, delaying progress on the computer lab.

Funds raised for this project will purchase some of the necessary items that the school funds are not able to cover. The items purchased through this project, along with the items the school is able to contribute will allow the computers to be available for student use.

Note: This summary was provided by a Peace Corps Volunteer and the community administering this project.

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