John Valent with the E4N Foundation has been working with children and families in Cheminy, and is expanding to two more schools in Pokot as the new school term begins. They use a collection of materials for both school and farming, and encourage children to learn with their families, and help their families learn, outside of school.
Kudos to their team for sharing their work, and tracking their open tasks and reports online.
I am trying to get information about the OLPC program. I am connected with an orphanage in Kampala, Uganda and would like to see how I can get them involved with the OLPC program. Any information you can give me would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Kim, You might talk to the E4N foundation to see if you could combine shipments of laptops, if you are interested in purchasing some for the orphanage you work with. See their website (linked from this post) and http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Buying_XOs
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