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Computer skills education and mentorship

This project focuses on providing vital computer skills and mentorship to disadvantaged youths. CEDCOW intends to provide this project activity in all four countries as part of it sustainable education objectives. However each country has a slightly different focus and implementation plans. Whilst in UK emphasis is on disadvantaged refugees’ children/youths, project activities in Sierra Leone are addressing the educational needs of youths especially the girls whose education and development was hindered by the long period of war and instability in the country.  This project is also being developed in Cameroon and Gambia to provide vocational education and vital IT skill training and mentorship to disadvantaged girls who cannot afford to support their education or have been forced to drop out of school due to poverty. Key project partners are computer Aid international and Koplinic inc.
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