During the last three months (from July to September), in KVC was realized the IT project. The IT project was run by  Poland – East Africa Economic Foundation (PEAEF) team and was co-financed by the Polish Aid Volunteering Programme 2010 of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland. The title of the project was: “Enhancement of IT skills of community leaders and socially responsible youth in the slums of Nairobi, Kenya”. 
The project was held in Kawangware - Kawangware Vision Centre and in Kibera – Kibera Community Youth Programme organization.
The project included a series of professional computer trainings run in Kawangware and Kibera, directed to school kids, socially responsible youth and local community leaders. The main purpose of the trainings was development of IT skills. An IT trainer used creative and interactive methods to teach participants how to use computer and Internet programmes, fix IT equipment and design websites, but also to enable them to gain specific knowledge which they will use for academic, social or marketing purposes. More than 70 people were involved in IT activities.
Today (Saturday, the 25th of September, 2010), the final ceremony of the IT project is taking place in KVC. Many people from KVC, KCYP came to take part in the ceremony. There are also representatives of Kenya Government, Polish Embassy and various partners and friends of KVC.
This very date of 25th September 2010 will be a day of great thing and achievements for all the KVC website team despite all the IT trainings that have been taking part a KVC in the last 3 months.
With the event taking place at KVC is where the kids, website team and the project team from KCYP and KVC will receive certificate.
The  entertainment part will  be the last and  the most exciting, because there will be presentation of the new KVC website, artistic part, drinks, dancing, drama and salsa dance.

“Come one, come all, to our very events full of joy and togetherness”
7/13/2012 04:01:43 pm

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