Spark a Child’s Digital Future


Schools in rural Africa that once lacked basic supplies like chalk and paper are now helping students learn effectively through technology.

In the most rural communities in Africa, textbooks are scarce. So most students have never seen a computer.

Spark A Child’s Digital Future provides resources to help thousands of students learn, connect with the world, and develop skills for their future. Eager students can also engage with interactive lessons and activities.

World Vision teamed up with corporate partners and local governments to provide low-cost computer labs equipped with secure power and Internet connections, extra-durable computers, and locally relevant digital education materials.

“We’re finding that genuine hope has been infused. There’s a lot more engagement in the schools,” says Lou August, a World Vision senior technology adviser.

Teachers also are improving their technology skills, and community members have access to computer labs after school.


Photo ©2016 World Vision, Angela Omun

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