Thursday, March 1, 2012

More Computers Arrive in Ghana

We are pleased to report that the latest batch of computers donated by Reader to Reader has arrived at their respective schools in Ghana.

Six computers went to schools in Akim Awisa, eight to Akim Oda, and seven to Kasoa. Of the six that went to Akim Awisa, five went to the Junior High School and one to the Primary school.

The headmaster of the Akim Awisa Presbyterian Boarding Junior High School sent pictures of students using the computers.

Dear Reader to Reader,

This is to express our gratitude to you for the five computers you have donated to our school (Awisa Presby Boarding Junior High School).

May the Good Lord bless you and your entire family in diverse ways.

Here are the pictures of our computer lab and our final year students.

As you will see in the pictures, the five computers will be of great help to the school.

We will be grateful if more computers are provided for the pupils to ease the pressure on the few that we have.

We are most grateful.

Headmaster Solomon Maafo
Akim Awisa Presbyterian Boarding Junior High School
Akim Awisa, Ghana

About the Computer Donation Program

Reader to Reader's Computer Donation Program donates refurbished Dell Optiplex GX 620 Pentium 4 computers with flat screen monitors. The computers are donated and refurbished by Amherst College and have been serviced by their IT department to be completely ready to run right out of the box. Computer labs have been built in the Navajo Nation, western Massachusetts, Ghana, Kosovo and Trinidad & Tobago. In addition, new computers have been donated to projects in Massachusetts, Costa Rica and Nicaragua.

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