Sameer Boosts Youth ICT Project

there geneva;”>“This is a form of giving back to the community with an aim of promoting the wellbeing and livelihoods of communities in Uganda, ” said SALL’s Vice Chairman, Mr. M Parikh.

In his remarks at the handover ceremony recently, Mr. Parikh said, “Access to information is a major influence in the economic growth of a society and we believe that with the new computers, the students here will increase their ICT knowledge while also connecting with other youths across the world.”

He noted that SALL’s initiative to continuously monitor quality, performance, innovate and effect improvements in the country has been extended to equipping young people with computer technology and shall continue in the future.

Mr. Kalifani Kyasanku, Chairman Board of Directors at Mwereerwe Community Vocational Training Center hailed the move by SALL saying it is a show of commitment to develop Uganda’s education and ICT sector.

Students of Mwereerwe Vocational centre receive brand new Dell computers from Mr.M.Parikh Vice Chairman Sameer Group

“Computers are both a window out to the world and a tool with which to think. This will be a wonderful way for all students at the center to learn and teach each other through independent interaction and exploration,” said Mr Kyasanku.

Over 200 students who trained at the Community Center will now benefit from enhanced technology, have access to internet, quick and easy processing of information and connectivity made possible by the additional computers.

Sameer Agriculture and Livestock Ltd donated the first set of eleven computers in 2008 and has now come back with more, an indication that the move made a tremendous change in the students’ computer skills and data management thus the additional machines to give more efficiency in doing their work.


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