November 2023 - Monthly Update


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In November, 13 students joined our project, fully equipped with laptops and connectivity. Most of them come from Gardabani—a small region of Georgia that is home to ethnic minorities, most of whom struggle to learn the national language and adapt to their environments. 

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Let us introduce you to our newest students, as well as the 10 students from Kenya that we met and brought online in October. They live in Loropio, Lodwar, and Kakuma—a refugee camp with an ominous name: it means "nowhere" in Swahili. Our local partner Learning Lions continuously provides learning opportunities for these students. 
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Meet Stephen - a determined 26-year-old from Lodwar, aspiring to make a mark in Kenya's media industry!

Stephen, born into a family of five, completed his primary and secondary education in Lodwar, Turkana County. Pursuing Mass Media Communication at East Africa Institute of Certified Studies introduced him to the world of technology.

Back in Turkana, Stephen created Turkana TV, the first online TV station in the region. According to him, this platform played a role in local politics through debates and forums. Now, he aims to become a visual director in film, photography, and graphic design, and his new laptop will play a crucial role in his work.

The first thing he Stephen did after receiving his laptop and an Internet connection was registering on freelancing platforms and installing Adobe software. For him, these tools are essential for expanding networks and finding clients for his graphic design and film projects.

Dreaming big, he aspires to be like SK Macharia, owner of Royal Media Services, a significant player in Kenya and Africa's media scene. Stephen aims to make an impact on the media industry.
Read about the changes in the lives of our students in their own words
 Lana, 16

"I've always wanted to watch movies, but school assignments made it tough to find time. Homework used to take forever, but having a computer lets me quickly tackle writing and presentations. Now, I get to enjoy movies on my big screen with my family, and it's a whole different vibe"

There are 50+ students in Uganda and Kenya currently waiting to receive their laptops and Internet connectivity.

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