photo of local primary school teachers and staff in Ghana in front of the school building smiling

Here are the happy teachers who attended a workshop at the new technology innovation center in the Old Odonasi Village in Ghana for several primary schools serving 440 students and 30 teachers. The center was built by Empathy FX International and has 80 computers that were sent from WCE. They are naming one of their computer lab spaces after WCE Founder Timothy Anderson.

photo of local primary school teachers and staff in Ghana in front of the school building smiling

Below are some students with their teacher in the new lab:

students inside the new computer lab in a school in Ghana

Quick peek inside the lab:

Primary school teachers with their laptops:

image of primary school teachers holding up laptops in front of their school

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