Hope for Tanzania

Donation of computer peripherals

Published 06 April 2014

We are delighted that Computers4africa, a charity that reconditions computers for supply to Africa, has agreed to donate some computer peripherals to Hope for Tanzania. This follows the purchase of 90 computers that we made in 2012. These are now being used in 4 primary schools in Arusha. Some damage occurred to monitors and 3 of the computers during transport from Dar, the entry port,to Arusha. This meant that some of the schools were not able to fully benefit from their IT suites. We are delighted to be able to change this situation and thus further empower the schools as they educate the children. If you would like to find out more about the work of Computers4africa then visit their website (www.computers4africa.org.uk).


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