At Project Goodwill Africa, we strongly believe that ICT learning is most effective when it is hands-on and interactive.
We are working hard to break the prevailing culture of theory inclined ICT curriculum by sourcing and donating Computer equipment to schools in Ghana to help hundreds of children learn and acquire useful hands-on Computer and ICT skills quickly. Our goodwill project has just began but our little efforts are already yielding big dividends.
We have donated used Computer Equipment to four Primary schools in Ghana which has motivated the schools to build their first ever ICT Laboratories. The students at two Junior High Schools are also benefiting from our donation of Computers and printers to their school to support ICT learning. The feedback we are getting is that the children of the beneficiary schools are extremely excited about the opportunity to have access to Computers and the practical learning experience it is providing. Both pupils and teachers are benefiting from our goodwill project. Parents cannot find words to express their gratitude and appreciation.
The establishment of an ICT laboratory at our very first primary has also created a job for a local Computer teacher. The Parent Teacher Organizations of the schools that we currently work with have expressed keen interest in our program and are working hard in support of ProjectGoodwill Africa’s initiatives.
Project Goodwill will continue to work with other schools in Ghana in assisting them acquire Computer hardware and to setup their own Computer laboratories to enable more students have access to Computers for learning.
In summary our goodwill gesture is working just the way we had envisioned.
Below are the schools that we are currently working with:
- Nsukwao Local Authority Primary School
- Sarkodie Local Authority Primary C
- Ada Kyeremanteng L/A Primary
- St. Anne’s & Mary's Anglican Junior High School
- New Juaben Primary
- Ada Kyeremanteng Junior High School
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