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- Free Laptop for Basic Schools in Ghana
- 400 Laptops and Servers needed
Issues[edit | edit source]
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To be processed[edit | edit source]
- what are the costs of shipping?
- how much money local government has for this project?
- probably not all children can have a laptop, how are the schools going to decide which child get's a laptop an which don't; you can also choose to only use the laptop in school
- is it possible to get in contact with local government?
- is it possible to get insight in how much money local government is already spending on education?
- there's probably not enough money to buy a lot of laptops, money is spend on buildings and food
- is it smart to get NGO's involved? which NGO is already working with schools in Ghana?
- see: http://www.oerafrica.org/
Next action[edit | edit source]
- Local people: talk to local people about the OLPC initiative @Richmon/Richard.
- Local govenment: talk to local government of Brong Ahafo @Richmon/Richard
- Find more information on OLPC Ghana initiative. See http://wiki.laptop.org/go/OLPC_Ghana. At the end of the page it says: "Stalled on government politics (corruption charges), despite the agreement.". Does this mean OLPC is not active anymore in Ghana?