GHANA - ITISMY.ORG - 2014 Students using donated computers
ITISMY.ORG - 2014 will donate ASUS CHROMEBOX and ACER DA220HQL
ROAD TO RESPONSIBILITY.ORG
40ea - 19" Flat Screen
NUBIAN UNITED BENEVOLENT INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION, BOSTON NUBIA
60ea - 19" Flat Screen
STREET CHILDREN EMPOWERMENT FOUNDATION, GHANA.
3 ChromeBook Laptops
2 PC for 8 users using userful and using MultiSeat
10ea - 19" Flat Screen
SUDANESE EDUCATION FUND OF GREATOR BOSTON.
4ea - 19" Flat Screen,
2 Desktop PC,
PAS Assists Fulbright Alumna with Donation to Learning Center
Photos: DPAO Jennifer Lawson with Ministry of Youth and Sport Provincial Youth Coordinator (l) and with the center’s director (r) at a handover of monitors to the Kalingalinga Youth Resource Center.
U.S. Fulbright Student Program 2013 alumna Joy Buolamwini, with support from U.S. organization ITISMY.org, donated 16 computer monitors to the Kalingalinga Youth Resource Center in Lusaka to support computer skills training among Zambian youth. Through her organization Zamrize, which she founded in Zambia, Joy aims to empower youth to become creators of technology through lab-based integrative computational experiences that focus on exposure, education, and entrepreneurship. Deputy PAO Jennifer Lawson handed over the computers on behalf of Zamrize and emphasized the U.S. government’s commitment to education and youth empowerment. Ministry of Youth and Sport Provincial Youth Coordinator Waana Namakanda together with the youth center’s manager and board members thanked Zamrize and the U.S. Embassy for the donation, stating that the monitors will facilitate teaching and learning at the center
You can Download to see Powerpoint presentation organized by Mintz Levin Donors in 2013
Donating Acer ChromeBook - For Elizabeth of STREET Children Empowerment Foundation. GHANA - 2013...
2013 - Ben Hinks supporter of ITISMY.ORG visited one of the school called Addis Ketema Preparatory School located in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. School Received Laptops, Desktop, iPad, iPod, and droid phone.
2013 ITISMY.ORG - donating - iPod - Droid for students who scored high grade:)
2012 - Donated items to the following recipients of Addis Ketema High Schhol in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Student Sara W/Tensaye - avaerage score 97.7 will receive ASUS Laptop Donated by Sydney M. Nasson
Student Yidnekachew - average score 97.9 will receive HP Laptop donated by Benjamin Tymann
Laptop donated to House Rabbit Network
2012 - Donated Laptops, iPhone, Droid, Blackberry, iPod, and Projector
The Following Schools, and Church Received Computer, Books, and Technology Related items.
BIG Thank You to MINTZ LEVIN - PRO BONO and to all MARKETING DEPARTMENT:)
This year Computer was donated to the following recipients:
The third donation for six users with more options |
The second donation , and 4 Laptop is being distributed to school Information Technolgy teachers to assist students. The computer and Laptop
are loaded with free applications from UBUNTU and EDUBUNTU. UBUNTU has all required software including Office apps such as words, spread sheet, and power point presentation ,the same as Microsoft Office, but free:). EDUBUNTU - is an upplication that is designed for school childrens and including high school. It contain all educational tools that keeps any student uptodate with the rest of the world. The computer is new and no adjustment needed and it will be ready the day it arrived at school.
Here is some pictures to View the setup
First Donation to my first elementary school - October, 2009
First started as a trial to see if the intended computer helps elementary schools and high schools located in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The first project was setup at my first elementary school called Prince Wesen Seged School, and now the name is changed to Yekatit 23 Secondary School. When I attended the school was teaching students from first to six grade only, and now it teaches 9 and 10 grade students. This school have a computer room facility and the room is full of old computers and none of them work and are outdated. The electriccity in the room does not even work, and I found that when I try to set up my first donation. The school administrative finally offered the library room until they fix the electric city issue. The computer that I donated was, one PC loaded with linux operating system called UBUNTU. The computer uses law watt and was made to handle heat and dust. This one computer can be set up for 10 users and all users can accesses any documents they want and be able to work and use the computer at the same time with out any speed problem. The application called was intended for this purpose, and I was learning about this application for two years and I found it to be approprate for a country like mine and Africa in General. Most of all the total cost for this product is below $2000.00 including shipments. I setup for four users and I am working on my second donation for my high school which was named Prince Mekonen and now it is called Addis Ketema.
The computer will be for 6 users and a printer will be added as well as educational software, internet communication tools such as SKYPE to be able to communicate to students and teachers. The computer also will have a remote software to trouble shoot incase of some technical issues.