Working in Ghana

Greetings friends,

We are working hard in Ghana. There is much to report, but no time to blog on this trip. We are often without power which is not good for communication–phones need to be recharged and access to the internet depends on it.

The training team is hard at work with two schools as I write this. They are thrilled to have over 40 eager teachers ready to see how thextbooks and computers can work inside their curriculum.

All for now, as my internet minutes are fading fast.

The people of Ghana that we know are wonderful. If I had to live with the constant struggle of daily life like they do, I would be a total wreck! As it is, I am only partially wrecked.

Everyone in our group is fine and remains eager to complete our mission.

Doug

Author: Doug Wilkowske

Doug is a retired teacher who saw needs in West African schools that could be helped by saving what Americans discard. African schools needed computers; many businesses and individuals in the USA get new ones regularly with the discarded computers having a lot of life left. Why not put the still viable or refurbished computers to the need!