The computers we delivered to Ghana, Africa last month continue to be placed in schools while students and teachers are being trained to use them. Our partner at Africa ICT Right, Daniel Kwaku Ganyaome, just gave us an update on the great progress they’re making. This week, 27 more teachers were trained to use the computers. Add that to the 57 trained last week, and 84 teachers have been trained to use the computers in their classrooms!
Africa ICT Right served three schools in Gomoa East with 50 computers. Akotsi Zion Basic School received 12 computers, Aboso- Benso District Assembly Junior High School received 26 computers serving three other schools, and Ekwamkrom Methodist received 12 computers serving two other schools.
Akotsi Zion Basic School in Gomoa East (serving 370 students) – 16 teachers trained:
Benedict, Solomon, Joseph, Cynthia, Joana, Eric, Josiah, Isaac, Rose, Bennet, Isaac, Mabel, Helen, Cynthia, Beatrice and Florence.
Aboso -Benso District Assembly JHS in Gomoa East ( serving 165 students ) – 8 teachers trained:
Lord, Lawrence, Daniel, Emmanuel, Doe, Obed, Ebenezer and Collins.
Ekwamkrom Methodist JHS in Gomoa East ( serving 120 students ) – 3 teachers trained:
Daniel, James and Stephen.
We can’t wait for another update! For more photos visit the Africa ICT Right Flickr album.