In partnership with the Asembo Bay Women and Development Group, TCP launched a community e-learning centre to benefit more than 600 AIDS orphans and 100 AIDS widows in a rural village outside of Kisumu.
The computer centre teaches basic computer skills, e-mail, and programming, as well as computer repair. Youth learn business management basics, which will help them assume management of the e-learning centre as a community income-generating project.
This is a short documentary about the Asembo Bay Computer Resource Centre that was shot, directed and edited by TCP volunteer Josephine Anderson in 2010:
TCP also partnered with nursery and primary schools in the Asembo Bay region to set up the first community children’s library within the region.
Thank you to Dr. Straszak-Suri (of the Ottawa Obs-Gyn Dept) and her Kilimanjaro climbing team for sponsoring this project!
Want to be part of our Computer Resource Centre project? Here’s how you can help.
Images of the Asembo Bay Computer Resource Centre
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