Computer Training Center
Big announcement for the Long family! We are moving back to the US for a while. While it’s typical for most ex-pats / missionaries to schedule home visits on a regular basis, we haven't had any real time “back home” in seven years, and a “return home” is long overdue. Honestly we [...]
￼Kirundi ￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼Ibrahim Katibo is 15 years old. After his father was “Driven mad” after an unidentified disease, Ibrahim was left with his mother who is jobless. He was later taken to his aunt’s place where life “did not move well for him” even though he attended some free elementary-level education sponsored by [...]
When we first came to Uganda seven years, our goal was to put computers in schools because we knew that technology training was not only a necessity, it's fun and inspirational, especially when the students have had limited (or no) access to equipment. However, installing computers in classrooms was a problem because [...]
Joseph is a gret kid, pretty much a normal kid, except for the fact that he's lived on the streets these past four years.
Continuing education in robotics and electronics kickstart at the Jinja CTC.
Matovu Sulai Every day since we moved to Uganda nearly seven years ago, we have come face-to-face with the plight of homeless ("street") kids in Jinja. It's a complicated problem to solve because for every kid on the street there seems to be a unique reason they're on the street. [...]