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We have constructed six computer labs in Tanzania, three in California, as well as one in Cambodia, with new ones also underway. Our first lab, which was in Cambodia, was developed a month after the founding of ClosingTheDivide.
These various labs, part of our E-Waste program, are constructed and equipped in low income communities in order to give them a direct access to technology, as well as the internet.
Through our E-Waste program, we have collected and donated electronic devices to educational institutions and schools across the United States and the world.
We have donated hundreds of laptops directly to schools in order to provide less privileged students with the technological access and opportunities that they need and deserve.
Computer labs built
"ClosingTheDivide has made a massive societal impact through donating hundreds of computers to low-income families across the Bay Area. OmniPro is thrilled to support the efforts of these young entrepreneurs through a donation of 10 Brand New Lenovo Chromebooks!"
Mr. De Costa, CEO
Esther Cho, MWMC
“In this village, there are 4 village centers which have afternoon school programs to teach English with a total of 250 students. Students who learn English at the center are unprivileged, and they don’t have a chance to use computers during their school time. Thanks to your generous donation of 10 refurbished laptops, we plan to open a computer class at the community center to provide computer education to village students."
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