Ten More Computer Labs
Because of the success of our pilot lab, we are expanding this project. We have identified a handful of schools that are enthusiastic about this opportunity and have the volunteers and the space required to be a successful part of this project. With your support, we will install ten new computer labs, serving an estimated 2,000 rural Africans this year. Each lab will be complete with ten or more workstations and updated content, all served over WiFi.
A Self-sustaining Warehouse
To ensure that each lab continues functioning, we will establish a central warehouse. The warehouse manager, along with volunteers, will be responsible for receiving shipments, refurbishing equipment, updating content and visiting the labs for maintenance.
An Improved Platform
We will build a platform that operates both with and without the internet, where experts can write lessons and serve the best content. This platform will be accessible at https://lessons.techlitafrica.org for anyone to use. The source code will be published and connected, so that experts can contribute and communities anywhere can benefit from our program.