HELP AID AFRICA DIGITAL LITERACY PROGRAM
Allidina Visram Computer Lab, Mombasa
During our recent visit to the school, it was apparent that the learning environment should be enhanced to encourage studying effectively.
We noticed that there was an absence of a well functioning computer lab.
MAMLAKA ACADEMY , NAKURU COUNTY
Help Aid Africa just installed a new computer Lab at Mamlaka Academy Mogotio, Nakuru County. Introducing computer knowledge to kids offers several benefits:
Digital Literacy: It equips them with essential digital skills, enabling them to navigate the digital world confidently.
Problem Solving: It fosters critical thinking and problem-solving abilities as they tackle computer-related challenges.
Creativity: Kids can explore their creative side through programming, graphic design, and
Future Job Skills: It prepares them for the evolving job market, where computer skills are increasingly important.
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VOI PRIMARY SCHOOL, TAITA TAVETA COUNTY
This computer lab was made possible through the support of active and retired employees of Mutual of America. On behalf of Help Aid Africa, we would like to thank all those who supported this project and made it possible for these young learners to get acquainted with the digital skills necessary today. This was the first of its kind in this region and we look forward to setting up more labs with your continued support.
LADY OF MERCY CHILDREN'S HOME, MOMBASA
Help Aid Africa has been runninig computer studies program at the home for the underprivileged kids living there equipping them with digital knowledge that would play a great role in helping them built a self sustainable future.
Did you know that when the elderly uses a computer and engage with technological advances help Improve their Mental and Physical Well-Being let alone Improving their Social Wellness? .
We already know that social interaction plays a direct role in your physical, mental and emotional health. But did you know that technology for seniors is a great way to stay socially active and engaged? There are a variety of online community groups and message boards where you can connect with others who share similar interests and hobbies. You can discuss your favorite books, movies and tv shows, or share gardening tips and crafting ideas.
Mama Fatma Abedi, the director at Lady Mercy children's home has always been interested in learning and she decided to give it a try.