Kamba Dyami – "One laptop per child" Programme
The One Laptop Per Child programme encouraged computer-based learning in schools located in the most deprived areas of Angola. The programme was launched in 2011 and has already been implemented in two Salesian Mission schools.
Between 2013 and 2015, 1,200 laptops were made available and more than 2,400 children benefited from computer-based learning. The initiative also focused on training, which included continuously updating curriculums and providing teachers with fresh knowledge in order to help implement and encourage computer-based learning.
Continuous investment in vocational training for young Angolan people is part of the Fund's commitment to social development projects and to supporting the country's sustainable economic growth.
The project covered seven provinces, namely: Bengo, Benguela, Cabinda, Kwanza – Norte and Luanda.