Digital Transformation for schools in Burundi

by Computers For Schools Burundi
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Digital Transformation for schools in Burundi
Digital Transformation for schools in Burundi
Digital Transformation for schools in Burundi

The digital Transformation for schools in Burundi's project is schudeled to be  implented into 15 public schools of Burundi.The proposed project aims to equip 15 public schools from 15 provinces of Burundi by equipping them with ICT Labs (equipped with 20 computers each) and providing training to 300 (three hundred) teachers with ICT skills on concepts of integrating ICT in teaching and learning. This will help in accelerating access to quality teaching and learning materials to bridge the digital gap in 15 remaining provinces of Burundi.This project will help 300 (three hundred) teachers to acquire practical ICT skills that will contribute significantly to integration of ICT in teaching and learning.It will allow at least 18,000 youths to acquire practical ICT skills that will contribute significantly to advancing their social and economic status within Burundi and the African society. It will also make a positive contribution to social and economic development of Burundi. 

Computers for Schools Burundi will ensure that the project is being conducted in successful manner. We will directly work with the school’s principals and Ministry of education for the selections of participants, CFSB has a strong team, qualified to conduct trainings in digital skills. Our IT youth volunteers will be appointed to assist the trainers. The project coordinator will also have to regularly visit the project location. Briefly, the means of verification for the project are, Reports, interviews, focus groups and evaluation forms.

We are still fundraising to get enough funds for the project, The project will be launch early next year 2023. From then, the organization will provide the initial reports.

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The report gives the Image of the project currently as we are in process of resources mobilization so that the project should be implemented in this school year from September 2022.

Digital transformation in the schools of Burundi project will provide 300 computers to fifteen schools and opening 15 ICT Labs connected to internet, training 300 teachers, who will later facilitate to instruct the ICT Curriculum for students in the classes. 

The project endeavors to provide equity of access to education, innovation and digital transformation through ICT professional learning for more than 18,000 students from 15 schools of Burundi, this will help them to become self-reliant and can be able to compete for regional and international job market and startUps innovation.


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Computers For Schools Burundi

Location: MUKAZA - Burundi
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Twitter: @http://www.twitter/CFSBurundi
Project Leader:
Emmanuel Ngendakuriyo
MUKAZA, Bujumbura Burundi
$427 raised of $190,875 goal
8 donations
$190,448 to go
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