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Open Source Education Project- for Schools/Regions Without Internet Access

General information

Overall description

In a great number of schools, in regions throughout the world, students often gain access to computers far before gaining access to the Internet- due to the infrastructure necessary to install Internet access in remote locations. Unfortunately, this severely restricts the amount of educational resources available to these students. Therefore, our intiative is testing a new solution to this problem- downloading the web’s major educational resources (e.g. Khan Academy, Wikipedia, Instructables, digital textbooks, etc…) to a series of DVDs/CDs, and shipping this DVD/CD series to any school or community which seeks access to the Internet’s tremendous educational capacity, however does not have direct access to the Internet. The content of this DVD/CD series will be customized according to the requests of the relevant community/school. If you represent such a community or school, I highly encourage you to send us a message describing your situation and the ages/grade levels of your students. We are able to provide content for ages ranging from elementary school to university. Please note that unfortunately, we are not in a position to provide computers- these must be obtained separately and must contain either a CD/DVD player or a USB port (preferably a CD/DVD player). There will be no charge associated with any portion of this process, including shipping.

Partnership types

Provision of goods

Global issues

Information and communications technologies

Goods details

Goods description

DVD/CD set, loaded with the major educational resources of the Internet (e.g. Khan Academy, Wikipedia in multiple languages, digital textbooks, etc... other content on request)

Type(s) of goods

Educational

Location

Australia

Frequency (one-off or ongoing)

I will be offering these goods on an ongoing basis.

Cost of goods

There is no cost.

Transport

I can transport these goods (or cover cost of transport).

Expiry

Expiry dates are not relevant to these goods.

Condition

These goods are new.


Organisation details

Organisation name

Edubyte

Contact details

Only verified non-profit organisations who have exchanged contact details may view this.

Responses

  • Contact details exchanged
    17 Dec 2011 05:02 GMT

    Support Home of God (SuhoG) Project Verified non-profit organisation
    (Verified non-profit organisation)

    Prylla Nwagbo says: Hi, this sounds like a good deal for schools in Abia State Nigeria where we work as well as for us in rural areas where there is no access to the internet.
    Could we have details of how these work and we shall give you details of schools in our area of work who have no access to the Internet. Thank you. Prylla Nwagbo

  • Commented
    17 Dec 2011 06:21 GMT

    Abang Ashu Academy (3A)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Bishop Abang Anthony Ashu says: We of Abang Ashu Academy here in mamfe Cameroon offers computer and information technology training to youths but we have problem of slow internet connectivity , low bandwidth and at times we do not have internet connections so our students face difficulties in their training sessions.
    we need these CDS/DVDs to help them.
    Thanks
    Abang Anthony Ashu
    Director
    Abang Ashu Academy
    P.o.box 52 mamfe,
    Aouth Aest Aegion,
    Republic of Cameroon

  • Commented
    17 Dec 2011 06:30 GMT

    Abang Ashu Academy (3A)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Bishop Abang Anthony Ashu says: Please we face problems of limited computer foir our students and we need your assistance for computers.
    Thanks

  • Commented
    17 Dec 2011 09:56 GMT

    Edubyte
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Graham Link says: SuhoG Project: Certainly. The DVDs are loaded with several thousand educational videos from The Khan Academy, on a range of science and math topics, as well as a copy of Wikipedia, tens of digital textbooks, hundreds of digital books, and additional content on any topic you specify. These DVDs will be compatible with any computer or operating system, and will have a special menu for selecting Khan Academy videos. There will also be an application for Wikipedia. Again though, we can customize and add information and videos on any topic you wish.

    Abang Ashu Academy: We'd love to help. What ages are your students? Is there any specific educational content you'd like on the DVDs, besides our standard content? Also, is the address you've given above the address we should ship to?

  • Commented
    17 Dec 2011 10:31 GMT

    Abang Ashu Academy (3A)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Bishop Abang Anthony Ashu says:
    Graham Link of Edubyte
    sir
    We of the Abang Ashu Academy here in mamfe Cameroon will be happy to receive for offer of DVDs / CDs set .
    The ages of our students are from 6yrs - 40yrs . These students are tought mostly individually and at times they group themselves according to their ages to learn and be instructed by a facilitator.
    We will love that you add programs such as : MAVIS BACON, and self learning guides on MICROS FT WORDS, EXCEL, PUBLISHER, POWER POINT AND INTERNET.
    Tthanks
    Our mailing address is:

    ABANG ANTHONY ASHU
    DIRECTOR
    ABANG ASHU ACADEMY
    P.O.BOX 52 MAMFE,
    SOUTH WEST REGION,
    REPUBLIC OF CAMEROON

  • Commented
    17 Dec 2011 10:35 GMT

    Abang Ashu Academy (3A)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Bishop Abang Anthony Ashu says:
    Graham Link of Edubyte
    sir
    We of the Abang Ashu Academy here in mamfe Cameroon will be happy to receive for offer of DVDs / CDs set .
    The ages of our students are from 6yrs - 40yrs . These students are tought mostly individually and at times they group themselves according to their ages to learn and be instructed by a facilitator.
    We will love that you add programs such as : MAVIS BACON, and self learning guides on MICROS FT WORDS, EXCEL, PUBLISHER, POWER POINT AND INTERNET.
    Tthanks
    Our mailing address is:

    ABANG ANTHONY ASHU
    DIRECTOR
    ABANG ASHU ACADEMY
    P.O.BOX 52 MAMFE,
    SOUTH WEST REGION,
    REPUBLIC OF CAMEROON

  • Commented
    17 Dec 2011 11:04 GMT

    Abang Ashu Academy (3A)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Bishop Abang Anthony Ashu says: please , you should also add windows 2011 and anti virus softwares in the DVDs/CDs.
    thanks

    Our mailing address is:

    ABANG ANTHONY ASHU
    DIRECTOR
    ABANG ASHU ACADEMY
    P.O.BOX 52 MAMFE,
    SOUTH WEST REGION,
    REPUBLIC OF CAMEROON

  • Commented
    17 Dec 2011 12:14 GMT

    Support Home of God (SuhoG) Project Verified non-profit organisation
    (Verified non-profit organisation)

    Prylla Nwagbo says: Hi Graham , thanks for your kind response. We want to know if these CDs are client/server compatible. Because our corricular might be different from what you have, we would want you to give us time in the new year to send you additional topics we would like to be included.
    Our technical man will give us the update.
    Thank you so much.
    Prylla

  • Commented
    17 Dec 2011 07:23 GMT

    Edubyte
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Graham Link says: Abang Ashu Academy: Wonderful. We will send you a copy of the DVD set in the first few weeks of the new year. The files on the DVD set can then be transferred to multiple computers- the DVDs will be designed for this. Unfortunately, due to copyright restrictions, we cannot send copyright programs such as Mavis Beacon or Windows. We can, however, send you the best Open Source applications available- in addition to the learning guides you requested. We look forward to working with you!

    SuhoG Project: The DVDs are not client/server compatible, as we've sought to make the set as functional and easy-to-use as possible. Therefore, the DVDs will mainly be an organized collection of files, with a specific application for viewing Wikipedia. Other applications for viewing the files will also be included, such as VLC Player for the Khan Academy videos. I hope this response answers your question! And yes, we encourage you to take as much time as needed to determine any additional topics you'd like!

  • Commented
    18 Dec 2011 12:10 GMT

    Edubyte
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Graham Link says: Abang Ashu Academy: Wonderful. We will send you a copy of the DVD set in the first few weeks of the new year. The files on the DVD set can then be transferred to multiple computers- the DVDs will be designed for this. Unfortunately, due to copyright restrictions, we cannot send copyright programs such as Mavis Beacon or Windows. We can, however, send you the best Open Source applications available- in addition to the learning guides you requested. We look forward to working with you!

    SuhoG Project: The DVDs are not client/server compatible, as we've sought to make the set as functional and easy-to-use as possible. Therefore, the DVDs will mainly be an organized collection of files, with a specific application for viewing Wikipedia. Other applications for viewing the files will also be included, such as VLC Player for the Khan Academy videos. I hope this response answers your question! And yes, we encourage you to take as much time as needed to determine any additional topics you'd like!

  • Contact details exchanged
    19 Dec 2011 01:35 GMT

    World In Need International Ltd Verified non-profit organisation
    (Verified non-profit organisation)

    Mark William Aldrich says: Dear Edubyte
    World In Need is a UK registered charity 1041711 and International Development and Relief Organisation currently supporting the work of indigenous autonomous local operating partners in 20 countries across Africa, Asia and The Middle East. Many of our partners as in Afghanistan, Nigeria, Pakistan, Kenya, India, The Philippines, Sierra Leone operate educational and training facilities for the local community to benefit from. Most have either no or at best very limited Internet connectivity. If there are any particular areas you would wish to benefit from your offer please let me know and I will forward you their direct mailing address if we are located in that area, By the way are the DVD's restricted as to region they can be used in?

    Mark Aldrich

    World In Need

  • Commented
    19 Dec 2011 10:45 GMT

    Edubyte
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Graham Link says: World In Need International:
    Thank you for your generous offer of linking us with your partners. Seeing as the total cost of shipping and creating a single DVD set is generally under $15 AUD, we would greatly appreciate the direct mailing addresses of any communities, in any location, which you believe may benefit from our offline education set. If this is too broad a scope, a particular area of initial focus would be the Asia-Pacific, as we are located in Australia. To answer your question on the DVD's area restrictions, all DVDs will be formatted for universal compatibility in all eight DVD regions. Also, we will likely send both a PAL and NTSC version of the DVD set, so as to absolutely ensure their proper functioning. Once again, thank you for your offer, and we look forward to further correspondence.

    Graham Link

    Edubyte

  • Commented
    22 Dec 2011 08:45 GMT

    Abang Ashu Academy (3A)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Bishop Abang Anthony Ashu says: ABANG ASHU ACADEMY wishes that you add lessons in the DVDs on how to identify and say the alphabets, count numbers , and how to identify words and read simple sentences for children of 3 - 7 years of age.
    thanks

  • Contact details exchanged
    23 Dec 2011 12:14 GMT

    World Vision Verified non-profit organisation
    (Verified non-profit organisation)

    Julia Jacob says: Hello Graham,
    My name is Julia Jacob and I am with World Vision Australia.
    Your offer of customized CDs/DVDs loaded with educational material for schools with restricted internet access sounds very interesting.We work in a number of developing countries in Africa and Asia Pac implementing educational programs and many of them don't have access to a computer, let alone the internet. However, there are a few schools that have computers and they may find this resource useful. I tried to find you on the internet but could not find your company website. I would like speak to you to understand a little more about your company and the offer and would be happy to call you at time convenient to you. Please let me know your contact number or alternatively, feel free to call me on my number listed above.

    Kind regards,
    Julia

  • Commented
    26 Dec 2011 10:54 GMT

    Our Lady of Piat High School
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Sr. Ellen S. Labrador, FAS says: HELLO! I AM VERY MUCH INTERESTED WITH THE OFFER FOR THE PUPILS AND STUDENTS. YOUR OFFER SOUNDS VERY IMPORTANT FOR OUR PUPILS/STUDENTS. OUR PUPILS AND STUDENTS AGES ARE FROM 4- 17 YEARS. PLEASE CONSIDER US TO BE RECIPIENT OF THIS NOBLE TASK FOR THE PEOPLE WHO NEED YOUR HELP.

    THANK YOU,

    SR. ELLEN S. LABRADOR, FAS
    OUR LADY OF PIAT HIGH SCHOOL
    PIAT, CAGAYAN VALLEY
    PHILIPPINES

  • Commented
    28 Dec 2011 07:17 GMT

    Edubyte
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Graham Link says: Dear Sr. Ellen Labrador,

    Thank you for your comment, Edubyte would love to aid you and your school in any way we can. Before sending the DVD set, may I confirm that your school has access to a computer with a DVD/CD slot, or a DVD player? Additionally, is there any specific content you'd like loaded on to the DVDs, besides our standard materials? We look forward to working with you and encourage to explore our website at: www.edubyte.org/wp/.

    Sincerely,
    Graham
    Edubyte

  • Commented
    29 Dec 2011 12:47 GMT

    Our Lady of Piat High School
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Sr. Ellen S. Labrador, FAS says: Hello! Peace and all good!

    What a blessing! Yes, we have a computer with dvd. If it is also possible to have set of vcd tapes for our pre-school? Again. thank you very much. More Power!

    SR. ELLEN S. LABRADOR. FAS
    OUR LADY OF PIAT HIGH SCHOOL
    PIAT, CAGAYAN VALLEY, PHILIPPINES

  • Commented
    30 Dec 2011 11:01 GMT

    Edubyte
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Graham Link says: Dear Our Lady of Piat High School,

    Unfortunately, Edubyte cannot load content to tapes at this time- however we will do our utmost to have the DVD set with you by the end of January.

    Happy New Year and all the best,

    Graham
    Edubyte

  • Commented
    05 Jan 2012 09:48 GMT

    Karura Kanyungu Community Development Initiative (KKCDI)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    James Peter Kamau says: I have noted this to be quite a nice idea especially in cutting costs of connections as well as use in school library. I would be interested in getting a good collection for use in our school library as well as distributing to a few of our neighbouring public primary schools in Kabete Division, Kikuyu District of Kiambu County in Kenya.

    I can be easily reached on:

    jampetkam@gmail.com
    jampetkam@yahoo.com

  • Commented
    11 Jan 2012 08:41 GMT

    Edubyte
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Graham Link says: Dear James,

    I have replied to your email address at Gmail.

    Kind regards,
    Graham

  • Commented
    26 Jan 2012 11:53 GMT

    Rural Action Alliance Programme (RAAP)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Rural Action Alliance Program says: RAAP ( RURAL ACTION ALLIANCE PROGRAM) is in need of these donations. We work in rural Ghana. except an internet modem using mobile phone network as an organisation we have no access to internet let alone to talk about the schools in the area. We are therefore seeking for this donation to support schools in our operational areas in Ghana.

  • Commented
    26 Jan 2012 11:26 GMT

    Edubyte
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Graham Link says: Dear RAAP,

    Edubyte will distribute the educational resource set to your program in Ghana- may I ask your shipping address? You may reply to our email at: graham@edubyte.org. Note that the contents of each DVD may be copied off to any number of computers- meaning that the resources may be accessed by multiple schools, even without the DVDs.

    Kind regards,
    Graham

  • Commented
    31 Jan 2012 11:14 GMT

    Childhelp Sierra Leone
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    childhelpsierraleone says: we say thanks for your good work done. We started 2 years ago with our computer training in the rural. there is no internet facilites available, except you go miles or go to Freetown which is 115 miles.
    We need your internet service.
    Kaprie

  • Commented
    02 Feb 2012 03:56 GMT

    Young Christian Peace Promoters
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    gichure says: We need this items urgently for schols in rural areas .

  • Commented
    03 Feb 2012 12:09 GMT

    Edubyte
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Graham Link says: Childhelp Sierra Leone:
    We have contacted you at your Gmail address.

    Young Christian Peace Promoters:
    May I ask your shipping address? You may email us at graham@edubyte.org.

  • Commented
    04 Feb 2012 11:09 GMT

    APAX (Association for Peace Values in Education)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Donata Uwimanimpaye says: The idea sounds wonderful. I would like also my non-profit Organization ( APAX) to be intermediate between you and the schools of remote areas of Rwanda.
    Sr Donata, APAX, Rango Parish, P.O. Box 69 Butare/Rwanda
    Tel. 00250783630377

  • Commented
    04 Feb 2012 11:46 GMT

    Edubyte
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Graham Link says: APAX:

    We thank you for your offer of distributing to local schools as an intermediate organization, and encourage you to email us at graham@edubyte.org with further details such as the number of DVD sets required (we prefer not to send more than three, as the data can be copied from the DVDs to the computers and therefore be used by any number of schools- this greatly reduces cost).

    Kind regards,
    Graham

  • Commented
    04 Feb 2012 12:27 GMT

    APAX (Association for Peace Values in Education)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Donata Uwimanimpaye says: Dear Graham

    I would like to try your idea and see how it can change the world for a lasting peace.

    Indeed, in the APAX, we have the technological mediation as a mean of facilitating peace.

    If you allow us the possibility to fulfill our goal, it will be our pleasure.
    Best Wishes
    Sr Donata

  • Commented
    10 Feb 2012 06:13 GMT

    Abang Ashu Academy (3A)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Bishop Abang Anthony Ashu says: ABANG ASHU ACADEMY says thanks for the 11 CDs sent to us here in cameroon by Edubyte .
    we will be giving reports TO Edubyte of their use.
    Thanks
    Abang Anthony Ashu
    Delegate
    Abang Ashu Academy

  • Commented
    16 Feb 2012 08:41 GMT

    Mwape Proculious

    Mwape Proculious says: Strategic Youth Organisation wishes to benefit from those DVDs so that the thousands of Zambians especially youths may be able to learn more things from the disks. This will help us a lot also in the operation and service delivery of our skills training centre that we are working to set up in Mkushi Central Zambia.

    For details about us you can check our profile on Global Hand Website. Email: strategicyouthorg@zambia.co.zm

  • Commented
    09 Mar 2012 01:10 GMT

    Minteclc Bilingual Vocational Training Centre
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    NEBA NGWA CLETUS says: MINTECLC BILINGUAL VOCATIONAL TRAINING CENTER based in west Africa Cameroon is an organization operating under the surpervision of the ministry of employment and vocational training. We offer the following courses: Office Automation Secretarial Ship, Computerized accounting and management, Computer maintenance and Computer network maintenance. We are assisting the underprivileged(orphans, street children and disabled) to gain some professional training which can help them gain employment and improve their standard of leaving. Your offer of these CD's will be of great benefit to us since we are intending to create more centers in other areas. The ages of our students ranges from 18 to 30 years. we will be very greatful to receive this offer.
    Neba Ngwa cletus - minteclas@yahoo.com
    Tel 23777212133

  • Commented
    15 Mar 2012 12:46 GMT

    Nkuringo Cultural Centre
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Nora Ennuschat says: Nkuringo Cultural Centre is based in Rubuguri, a small village without electricity or internet access. We would be really helped if we could get your software, because we are trying to teach secondary students and our community on internet issues.
    Please contact me: nora_ennuschat@yahoo.de
    (german volunteer working with NCC)

  • Commented
    14 May 2012 07:22 GMT

    Motherhood Childcare Project
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    ALICE NORAH says: Thanks for the offer we are also interested in this offer,our children are from the age of o-30 and our work is community outreach,and leave in a remote area where this technology would be a good idea.

  • Commented
    26 May 2012 12:36 GMT

    Institute of Research and Development for the Rural Poor Trust
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Dr.Irudayasamy, MA,Ph.D,B.L says: Dear Sir
    I saw your offer, Thanks. I am working with the children in difficulties( example stone quarry children, flower market and agriculture workers. I am developing a Technical school for those children to learn technical knowledge on Mechanical, computer soft and hard ware, electrical and many other. Therefore if you find any useful DVDs, CDs, kindly shipment or air mail it. thanks
    Dr.Irudayasamy
    IRDRP
    No.48,18th Cross st,
    Kakilanchavadi,
    Tambaram Sanitorium
    Chennai - 600047
    TN.India

  • Commented
    11 Jun 2012 05:05 GMT

    Advocacy for Health, Education, Agriculture and Development, Inc.(AHEAD)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Ben K. Wilson says: My organization works with hundreds of rural and urban schools with the greatest need for these resource materials. We'll appreciate very much receiving your donations in a crisis country like Liberia to aid the education sector of resource-poor community schools accross the country.

    Kind regards.

    ben Wilson

  • Commented
    15 Jun 2012 10:21 GMT

    Somaliland University of Technology (SUTECH)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Somaliland University of Technology says: I am the President of the Somaliland University of Technology. Our university is non profit organisation. We work in a very harsh environment where we don't have reliable internet. Internet providers can sell you 250 Kb at best. It is impossible to download any heavy file such as a video.

    We are really in need these CDs, DVDs ..etc for educational purposes.

    I would be pleased if you could consider giving these educational products at your earliest convenience.

    Thanks for making this offer.

  • Commented
    17 Jun 2012 05:52 GMT

    Creative Technology for Development Initiative
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Faozey Nurudeen says: Creative Technology for Development Initiative (CTDI) is a non-governmental organization that propagate youth voices to the Policy Makers, Industrialists and Academics and sets it focus on the promotion of rights to qualitative education through Creativity & Innovation, Youth Entrepreneurship Training & Incubation, ICT Policy Research and Expansion of the Reach of Technology.

    CTDI is in collaboration with the Nigeria Federal Ministry of Education, in order to create recognition in a global content after series of research in all the spectrum of CTDI's project and also to execute all our projects successfully.

    CTDI also embarks on strategic partnership/collaboration with many related ministries, agencies and associations such as; Federal Ministry of Education, National Human Rights Commission, National Communication Commission, Information Technology Industry Association of Nigeria, Association of Teachers Educators (ATE-USA), Lucas Nulle (Germany)and
    Knowledge Dialogues (Hong-Kong) in order to achieve its aims and objectives fully.

    We are using this medium to request for a DVD/CD that contains open source education materials such as: Khan Academy, Wikipedia, Instructables, digital textbooks of different fields and other useful materials for Primary and secondary schools and Universities.

    We would look forward to read from you swiftly.

    Regards

    Nurudeen Faozey
    www.ctdi.org.ng

  • Commented
    17 Jun 2012 07:24 GMT

    Creative Technology for Development Initiative
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Faozey Nurudeen says: Creative Technology for Development Initiative (CTDI) is a non-governmental organization that propagate youth voices to the Policy Makers, Industrialists and Academics and sets it focus on the promotion of rights to qualitative education through Creativity & Innovation, Youth Entrepreneurship Training & Incubation, ICT Policy Research and Expansion of the Reach of Technology.

    CTDI is in collaboration with the Nigeria Federal Ministry of Education, in order to create recognition in a global content after series of research in all the spectrum of CTDI's project and also to execute all our projects successfully.

    CTDI also embarks on strategic partnership/collaboration with many related ministries, agencies and associations such as; Federal Ministry of Education, National Human Rights Commission, National Communication Commission, Information Technology Industry Association of Nigeria, Association of Teachers Educators (ATE-USA), Lucas Nulle (Germany)and
    Knowledge Dialogues (Hong-Kong) in order to achieve its aims and objectives fully.

    We are using this medium to request for a DVD/CD that contains open source education materials such as: Khan Academy, Wikipedia, Instructables, digital textbooks of different fields and other useful materials for Primary and secondary schools and Universities.

    We would look forward to read from you swiftly.

    Regards

    Nurudeen Faozey
    www.ctdi.org.ng

  • Commented
    29 Jun 2012 10:49 GMT

    Scholar Educational Services Limited
    (For-profit organisation)

    KAYODE SAHEED OLOGUNDUDU says: Dear Sir,
    We are from scholar educational services limited in Nigeria and we shall be very glad if our student who their age range from 2-10 can benefit from this dvd our address are written below
    SCHOLAR EDUCATIONAL SERVICES LIMITED
    93 LEBANON STREET , OLD GBAGI
    IBADAN
    OYO STATE
    NIGERIA

  • Commented
    05 Jul 2012 12:03 GMT

    International Youth Council South Sudan Chapter
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Geoffrey Ochieng Alala says: We are IYC South Sudan Chapter formed by a group of youths under the umbrella body International Youth Council (IYC). We have a training center based in Magwi County, Eastern Equatoria State, South Sudan where we train youths on computer proficiency skills and library services. We do not have an internet connection at all due to absence of local internet providers. We are very much interested in your and believe me, this could shape learning of youths in the entire county and state.

    Regards
    Geoffrey Alala
    IYC - South Sudan Chapter
    Tel +211955941480

  • Commented
    18 Jul 2012 07:56 GMT

    Women of Purpose Community Development Centre
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    JUDITH SELLANGA says: Hi, Thanks for your DVD software sent to us which we have given to many schools and also copying them for their use. It is great. We also need software for those taking computer training courses. If you can be of help, please let us know so that i send our requirement

  • Commented
    20 Jul 2012 03:13 GMT

    Global Hand UK Verified non-profit organisation
    (Verified non-profit organisation)

    Natasha Williams says: Thank you for your offer after some internet research I have come across some offers on the Global Hand website which will benefit from your open source educational project. They are an educational project working in Cameroon and Swaziland, as you probably know education is a very important part of life and can help many people get out of poverty, the open source education project for schools without internet access will help give the students a good education. If you are interested here is the link www.globalhand.org/en/browse/requests/all/request/610

  • Commented
    23 Jul 2012 06:56 GMT

    Edubyte
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Graham Link says: Scholar Educational Services:: Could you please provide an email address at which we can contact you, so as to arrange delivery of the DVD set and discuss future partnership options?

    Judith Sellanga: We are thrilled to hear of any comments or feedback regarding the DVD set, and would appreciate any further details of its use. Unfortunately, due to copyright restrictions, we are unable to ship the majority of standard software packages. However, if you describe the software, it may be possible to find Open Source equivalents which we are able to distribute instead.

  • Commented
    31 Jul 2012 05:23 GMT

    Jehovah Charitable Centre
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    moses w.muroncia says: i appeal that you consider our children in Kenya computers are rare.you can assist us with just a computer for every class if possible and all that other stuff

  • Commented
    06 Aug 2012 01:32 GMT

    Ekwonye Foundation
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Charles Ekwonye says: We are the Ekwonye foundation would like to have these DVD/CDs.we have been running a free education for less previlaged children and adults in the rural communities where there is no internet facilities.please our website wwww.ekwonyefoundation.cfsites.org for more

  • Commented
    18 Aug 2012 12:03 GMT

    Light Up Africa Care Foundation
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Chief Ewie Aimienwauu says: Thanks for this offer.
    the penetration of computers and internet in rural communities in Nigeria is zero. unfortunately, these children are expected to compete with other priviledged children in a global environment.
    Please send us materials for Age 12-16 secondary school and also university general knowlege and Enterprenueral materials. we would gladly distribute in Nigeria and send you feedback on the effect of these materials
    Thanks again

  • Commented
    30 Aug 2012 11:57 GMT

    God is Able Gospel Mission Cameroon
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    KARI JOHANES says: WE OF GOD IS ABLE GOSPEL MISSION IN CAMEROON WISH TO REQUEST TO RECIEVE YOUR OFFER.

    OUR MAILING ADDRESS IS

    REV JOHANES KARI
    MISSION DIRECTOR
    GOD IS ABLE GOSPEL MISSION,
    P,O,XOX 52 MAMFE,
    SOUTH WEST REGION,
    CAMEROON

  • Commented
    28 Sep 2012 08:29 GMT

    Akpafu Traditional Birth Attendants Women’s Association (ATBAWA)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Pewudie Emmanuel says: Thanks for this offer. This year, we were fortunate to have some computers donated to our Junior High School but lacks programming. The Internet access is available but lack installation. Programmes like MS WORD, MS EXCEL, POWERPOINT, GRAPHIC will be appropriate to start with these students. The students aged 10-17years are beneficiaries. Please kindly contact me at pewudie@atbawa.org or send me your email address for further details.
    Regards,

    Pewudie Emmanuel

  • Commented
    15 Oct 2012 06:57 GMT

    Oasis Charitable Trust
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Jyothy Prem says:
    Oasis Charitable Trust is a not for profit organization working in the slum clusters of Delhi and villages of Tamil Nadu to lessen the sufferings of a section of marginalized people of the society. Its services are open to people from all sections of society, irrespective of their caste, creed, religion, gender and ethnicity. Trying to keep a good balance between the needs of the target area and the limited resources of the trust, it follows a multidimensional approach in its project implementation. In order to ensure holistic development of the target communities it offers services in the following fields
    We are running an education canter, health care SHG (Self Help Group) and vocational training canter for the community girls and women. We really lick to receive the offer for our organization. For further details please contact. In Delhi where we are working there no good drinking water they drink the water of hand pump it is not purified or I can say it is not good to drink.
    Jyothyprem
    Executive Director
    Oasis Charitable Trust
    Jyothyprem@yahoo.co.in
    Oasisct1@yahoo.co.in
    www.octweb.org
    Mobile -00-91-9911391719
    Hello! I would be very happy if you could also share us also.

  • Commented
    31 Oct 2012 03:38 GMT

    Shepherds Heart
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Michelle Pillay says: Shepherds Heart is a community outreach program that was established in 2012 to address the needs and challenges that face the poor and needy in Phoenix Durban South Africa.

    A lot of our work involves working with people, especially youth and children who are disadvantaged and deprived. We help children see the potential they have and help them break the cycle of poverty, thus encouraging and supporting mentorship, education and a brighter, healthier future .

    Many of the beneficiaries that we work with come from very difficult backgrounds. They are often growing up in homes or environments where they are easily and readily exposed to violence, alcohol, drugs and other social ills thereby making it extremely difficult for them to grow up in a strong social/family structure.

    We believe that your resource will be a tremendous help for the children to channel their minds and thoughts towards education and research.

    We work and partner with many disadvantaged schools in Durban and this tool will be a wonderful asset to educate and expose children to the otherwise restricted acess to the internet


    We appeal to you to consider Shepherds Heart as a beneficiary in order to bring some thrills and smiles to these children. We believe that a resource of this nature will expose and broaden these young minds to experience a life changing event that will have a positive impact on their lives.

    Please consider us!

    My details are :
    Shepherds Heart
    PO Box 60472
    Phoenix
    Durban
    South Africa
    4068

    email: michejc@gmail.com
    tel: 27 31 5077167

  • Commented
    31 Oct 2012 03:38 GMT

    Shepherds Heart
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Michelle Pillay says: Shepherds Heart is a community outreach program that was established in 2012 to address the needs and challenges that face the poor and needy in Phoenix Durban South Africa.

    A lot of our work involves working with people, especially youth and children who are disadvantaged and deprived. We help children see the potential they have and help them break the cycle of poverty, thus encouraging and supporting mentorship, education and a brighter, healthier future .

    Many of the beneficiaries that we work with come from very difficult backgrounds. They are often growing up in homes or environments where they are easily and readily exposed to violence, alcohol, drugs and other social ills thereby making it extremely difficult for them to grow up in a strong social/family structure.

    We believe that your resource will be a tremendous help for the children to channel their minds and thoughts towards education and research.

    We work and partner with many disadvantaged schools in Durban and this tool will be a wonderful asset to educate and expose children to the otherwise restricted acess to the internet


    We appeal to you to consider Shepherds Heart as a beneficiary in order to bring some thrills and smiles to these children. We believe that a resource of this nature will expose and broaden these young minds to experience a life changing event that will have a positive impact on their lives.

    Please consider us!

    My details are :
    Shepherds Heart
    PO Box 60472
    Phoenix
    Durban
    South Africa
    4068

    email: michejc@gmail.com
    tel: 27 31 5077167

  • Commented
    02 Nov 2012 08:05 GMT

    faith harvest charity association
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    kshirod kumar rout says: my name is kshirod kumar Rout .i am chairman of faith harvest charity association.we are working among slum and lepaer children in india.i like your offer. plz contact us.
    faithharvestministry@gmail.com
    cell no #011-91-7898695420

  • Commented
    20 Nov 2012 07:24 GMT

    Revelation Children's Ministries International
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Micheal and Esther Erwachu says: we would like to partern Revelation International School with the whole world and this would work better to our dream our school RIS is a nurasry and primary school
    Email
    rcminternational@gmail.com
    Address
    Revelation Children's Ministries International
    P.0 Box 1237
    Jinja, Uganda
    Telephone
    +256 772828280 / +256 776218880

  • Commented
    08 Feb 2013 03:19 GMT

    Rural Development Media Communication (RUDMEC)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Muhsin Nsubuga says: This sounds good and we at RURAL DEVELOPMENT MEDIA COMMUNICATION would like to have some of that material.

    Contact
    nsubuga.muhsin@gmail.com, rudmec@gmail.com and rudmec@rudmec.org