Hope for Tanzania

Computer Installation in Arusha Schools

Added 07 May 2012

We thank God that the computers that Hope for Tanzania recently funded are in Arusha and are being distributed to four primary school for use by the teachers and children. Many things could have gone wrong (but they didn't) and we are thankful that our prayers have been answered and we have been able to make this sizeable donation. Please pray that, in the very practical matter of the computers being installed in the computer rooms, none of them will be damaged and soon all four schools will use them effectively to teach IT to the pupils. It is our prayer that the children over many years will benefit hugely from learning computer skills which will help Tanzania to modernise and them to find satisfying jobs, something that we take for granted in the UK.

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