In real contrast to my old high school (as discussed in yesterday’s post) here is a school that really needs donations.
As my friend Stilgherrian describes: “This is Juma Hassan lila Kalibu, secretary of Kilimani village in Zanzibar, showing off the village school’s new computer room. As you can see, it has no computers. Or electricity. Or desks. Or chairs. Or anything, really.”
Unlike my old school (which has excellent computer facilities, swimming pool, etc.) here is a school that does not even have the basics.
One of the big drivers in improving living conditions across an entire society is education. Basic literacy is one of the foundations of a civil society, and technology is a key enabler of innovation.
It would be great to see all schools with access to technology together with basic literacy tools.
Check out the Action Aid website for ways to help.