We are raising funds to install E-Learning centres in 5 schools in Tanzania and bring digital education to students who may never have had access to computers before. Each school will get 25 desktop computers, 1 server and training for their teachers, as well as maintenance and support for 4 years.
Access to computers and digital education is limited for many students in Tanzania. By installing eLearning centers in their schools, we can provide these students with essential skills for the 21st-century workforce and access to educational content. Since teachers and school leaders may have limited experience with technology, we also offer training in basic IT skills to support the integration of digital technology into their teaching practices. This way, we can ensure that students are better equipped to succeed in the future.
Over the past decade, Camara Education has provided assistance to more than 200,000 learners in Tanzania, helping them gain access to technology and enhance their digital skills. We have recently signed an MOU with the Ministry of Education to provide ICT infrastructure and training in at least 75 secondary schools over a 5-year period. Our support will be provided to 15 schools every year as part of the Nasoma Education Project operating across 11 different regions in Tanzania.