Computer literacy & IT service
Co-Willing promotes IT literacy training for youth and adults to enhance skills and job opportunities, currently in South Africa and Kenya.
Programmes in South Africa
The concept of Robin and Rommel Robert’s of IT in Rural Schools and Townships, for people who have otherwise no access to modern technology.
In collaboration with Roberts’ Hilltop Empowerment Centre we intend to …
– supply schools with refurbished computers
– if required send a trainer there to train both teachers and school children for a certain time until teachers can overtake
(or create a position for the trainer to contine to have this position of employement either working for the school or employed by Hilltop.)
E-learning & E-library in Kenya
Together with weLearn4Life, the Watu Moja Lee Academy – primary school in Africa’s biggest slum Kibra in Nairobi – successfully runs an offline e-learning and e-library programme to increase maths, English, science … with significant results.
The programme includes an offline Wikipedia version, which the children can use for their research.
The programme is also used for adult education and the project managers avail it for the education of the ‘street talents’ (street kids).
On 28 January 2020 Watu Moja Lee Academy was certified as the 1st Smart Learning Community in Kenya.
We encourage schools to use e-learning software, it assists teachers, implemeting e-learning into their curriculum.
How you can support us
We are always happy about computers and laptops.