TDS is proud to have collaborated again with the faculty and staff of the Dar es Salaam Institute of Technology (DIT) to build a second computer lab at a rural Musoma school. Led by Dr. Josef Matiko, the DIT students worked alongside nearly 50 Etaro Secondary girls and boys to build 25 computers over the Christmas holiday. Students, teachers, headmasters, government officials and TDS 4H Coordinator, John Kuboja, volunteered their time over the Christmas break and came together building a full Raspberry Pi computer lab that will be a source of learning for years to come. As if building the computers were not enough, students also helped install the Linux operating system, learned how to use various software, and gained new skills in interacting with computers and the IT skills necessary to utilize them effectively. TDS is delighted to have supported this project and is excited to offer more opportunities for these types of collaborations in the future. More details to come, but thank you for your help in making an educational and technological difference for students in the Mara!
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