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The PCC and Computer Aid International Organised IT Workshop

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The Kumba 1 Council  on thursday the 13th of February 2013  hosted a workshop organised by Computer Aid International and the Presbyterian Church in Cameroon,the PCC.The workshop was to aid those who wish to own computers and laptops either for personal use or in bulk for reuse in education,health,agriculture and not- for- profit organisations in developing countries.

Dama Charles Bobga, Manager IT Center, PCC

Martha Gathew, computer specialist, Kenya

R-L:Dr.Neba Christopher of the Presbyterian General Hospital Kumba in multi-coloured T-shirt with Mrs Singha Joan,teacher in CCAS Kumba sitting next to him and Mrs Emilia Nnoko of Kumba 1 Council sitting infront of them.

Computer Aid does not only only provide PCs but they also work on numerous initiatives designed to further increase access to ICT among poor and disadvantaged communities including the provision of e-training programmes for nurses and low cost software for partially sighted individuals.

This workshop therefore organised by Computer Aid London and the PCC IT Centre was an informative \business one with potential computer users like schools,colleges,teachers,nurses,civil society organisations,universities,hospitals,NGOs,religious organisations found in and around Kumba in attendance.At the end of the workshop,participants were told how and where they could get these computers from the organisers.

By Keyna Metuge

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