March 2024 - Monthly Update


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In March, 33 new students joined our project and are ready to start their professional journey. They received laptops and got their internet connection sponsored entirely by our supporters. Many thanks to our educational partners for helping us reach these young minds to help them unlock their full potential.

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Meet our newest students from Georgia, as well as the students from Kenya. They are currently attending coding and business managemenet courses with our partner on the ground - LakeHub.
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Meet William, aspiring to pursue his dreams in IT and design!

William, born in Kakuma refugee camp, has never been able to visit his home country. Growing up in the camp has shaped his personality. Sadly, he lost both his parents recently, which has been really challenging for him and his family.

During those difficult times, William found motivation and purpose in his project, "Kakuma Made," which unites a group of talented youth in the refugee camp who excel in various creative fields like painting, design, dancing, and photography. The project has become a way for them to bring a sense of hope to their lives in the camp.

Getting a laptop and internet access would be a huge step for William. It would give him the tools he needs to pursue his dreams in IT and design. With these resources, William hopes to make his dreams come true and build a better future for himself and those around him.
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See more about the changes in the lives of our students,
in their own words:
Zura, 19
"Ever since I got my computer, I've been diving into subjects that really interest me. Medicine is my passion, so I spend a lot of time learning about anatomy and watching videos. When it came to my national exams, the internet was my go-to study tool, helping me prepare thoroughly. Now, I'm on my way to becoming a good doctor at Tbilisi State Medical University."
There are 20+ students in Uganda and Kenya currently waiting to receive their laptops and Internet connectivity.
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