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.