World Computer Exchange Connects
iEARN SL with Donation!
We asked, and World
Computer Exchange and retired Canadian senator LGen
Romeo Dallaire collectively stepped up and responded! Thanks
to WCE's progressive and generous donation of 73 computers to iEARN
SL, youth can now be connected to the world! Deepest thanks, World
Computer Exchange! Merci beaucoup, Mon. Dallaire! Click
here to read our report on this life-changing donation to our
Thank You, Peer 1 and Multinet!
iEARN Sierra Leone wishes to extend a heartfelt thanks to Peer
their generous donation of wireless technology to assist our
connecting to the internet. This would not have been possible
the committment of Multinet Sierra Leone, who donated bandwidth.
Because of these two companies, youth in Sierra Leone can
connect to the
world. Thank you Peer 1 and Multinet!
Thank You, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting!
A great debt of gratitude is owed to Sierra Leone's own Ministry
of Information and Broadcasting for their assistance in the securing
and transportation of computers for our newest centers located in
Bo and Kono. This assistance greatly impacts the youth of Bo and
Kono, who can now gain the benefits that iEARN provides. Many thanks!
Thank You, Ministry of Youth and Sports!
A Million Thanks, Dr. Denis Bight, Minister of Youth and Sports!
Because of Dr. Bight's work, iEARN's main office was provided, giving
us a center upon which to build our dreams. Thank you, Ministry
of Youth and Sports!
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"Tenki Ya" (Thank You), Computer
With the generous support of the Gibbs
Charitable Trust, Computer Aid International donated 10 recycled
computers to our flagship center in Freetown, effectively launching
the digital impact of iEARN Sierra Leone on our capitol city.
While we still face challenges to maintain consistent
internet access, the youth of Freetown now have a hearth to gather
where they can learn, make friends, and transform lives. Many thanks
CAI and the Gibbs Charitable Trust!
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Thanks, WH Country
Because of the generosity of students and teachers at WH Country
School, iEARN SL now owns digital cameras for the purpose of creating
short video films! In addition to such technology, WH Country Day
recently donated $1000 CAN to help to fund more creative projects.
Our own youth, who never imagined they could direct and star in
own films, are now enabled to lift their voices in creative art
WH Country Day has been a steadfast supporter and avid partner of
SL's efforts, and together we make connections to make a difference!
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Special Friends of iEARN SL!
When friends around the world get together, magical things can happen. iEARN SL would like to thank the following individuals for their dedication and support of iEARN SL. We couldn't do it without you!
Organized by Sarika Jain, friends from McGill University held a
sidewalk charity sale in Washington, D.C. and raised $1300 for iEARN
SL! This timely donation helped to repair the defunct generator
so that iEARN SL youths would no longer have to sit in the dark.
Jim Carlton of WH Day School:
Jim donated a much-needed sum of $200 CAN to help keep iEARN SL's
center running smoothly.
Sarika Jain donated $400 USD of her own
resources to help turn on the lights in the iEARN SL center!
Hoose is preparing to donate $750 USD to help support iEARN SL's
second music album!
Nick Barnes of Woodcraft Folk UK is planning
on donating to iEARN SL to support the next music album!
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