Founded in 2004, EduNations' mission is to connect resources from affluent societies with "the needs of the most under-resourced, rural regions in Sierra Leone, West Africa to provide education, opportunity, and hope." With this, the organization creates schools in Sierra Leone that become self-supporting beacons of growth and learning. EduNations has 15 schools in six different communities, with over 100 teachers and staff serving roughly 3,000 students. These schools also function as centers for community development, offering clean water, health education, AIDS prevention, adult education, future vocational training, and more. EduNations is a recognized non-government organization (NGO) in Sierra... After receiving a request from Father Faustine Tarimo, Computer Reach was able to provide 12 Dell PCs to education and administration staff at the Catholic Diocese of Moshi St. Pamachius Inclusive Secondary School.
About the Catholic Diocese of Moshi
Located in north-eastern Tanzania, East Africa, the Catholic Diocese of Moshi is committed to building a united, responsible family of God through teaching and provisioning socio-economic services with integrity, commitment, and accountability. With this, the Diocese places an emphasis on education to “increase the capacity in existing secondary schools to accommodate more students, improve standards and capacity of existing... During the summer of 2016, rioting between Kashmiri people and Indian security forces caused injuries to over 15,000 people. Of those 15,000 injured people, 1,178 experienced pellet injuries to their eyes. Through our partner in Kashmir, Pastor Sonny, we learned of the great need for eye doctors and surgeons to repair damaged eyes. Mobilizing efforts to recruit these medical professionals, on December 11, 2016, an eye team from the South East Asia Prayer Center (SEAPC) arrived in Srinagar, Kashmir. The team met with Dr. Tariq Qureshi, head of the... From June 17 through June 21st, Computer Reach Executive Director Dave Sevick and a team of others had the pleasure of visiting the Cusco region of Peru to provide computers to schools that focus on serving underserved children. This volunteer opportunity was designed by Mama Pacha Explorations, a U.S.-based tour operator headquartered in Boardman, Ohio. In Peru, many individuals are affected by the digital divide. Mama Pacha Explorations reported out that only 45 percent of Peruvians use the internet. However, these percentages vary depending on location as well, with 54 percent of individuals...