Category Archives: Computer Assisted Learning
Grace, Mercy and Emmanuel Gatera have prepared a report on the latest updates from Yego Rwanda. It includes information on: the first computer-assisted learning class graduation the launch of the sewing classes the elite newcomer’s retreat returning women and girl’s … Continue reading
Computer-assisted learning (CAL) program The CAL program aims to help women and youth who have not had a chance to go to university. It’s a 6-month program, offered free of charge. The first class graduated this week! Below is a … Continue reading
Josianne Josianne is one of the students in the YEGO computer-assisted learning program. Not only is Josianne experiencing the joy of learning, she’s also experiencing what it means to be in community. Josianne is an orphan, with no family to … Continue reading
Ribbon cutting It was a day of celebration! The mayor’s official representative was on hand for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Computer-assisted learning Then it was on to the computer room where Carolyn demonstrated some of the curriculum to be used … Continue reading
Home visit Emmanuel and Athanasie regularly minister to several women and children who need their support and the help of YEGO. The team brought rice, beans, sugar, porridge, and laundry soap to a young mom today. The visits remind the … Continue reading
Shopping for computers Today was computer-shopping day, African-style. After visiting a couple of shops to compare products and prices, the word was out. By the time the YEGO group got to the third shop, a proprietor from a few blocks … Continue reading
Home visits The women that YEGO visits all have something in common. They all struggled with loneliness but now they have a community that cares about them. They are grateful for visitors because then they know they are not forgotten. … Continue reading
Carolyn met with five more students today as well as the facilitator for computer-assisted learning. The possibilities are exciting!
The group met at the YEGO office where Carolyn spent time with four students, talking about their knowledge of computers and their dreams for the future. This information is important to make decisions regarding curriculum and the type of computers … Continue reading
Phase I: House repairs complete. YEGO moves in tomorrow! Phase II: Furnishings and setup for Computer Assisted Learning begins soon. Thank you for your support!