Carey Roos, 4H Washington State Web Coordinator, talks about his 2005 trip to Kigali, Rwanda.
Reaching for Rwanda
Crossing the digital divide with technology training
What's the program?
The Youth 4 BIT Initiative provides learning experiences which will assist secondary school students in Africa and the US to develop computer technology and business skills. The Youth for BIT Initiative is an innovative Applied Technology curriculum that includes upgrading and building computers, hard disk maintenance, trouble-shooting, diagnostic software, MS-DOS, and Windows operating systems. This curriculum empowers students with highly marketable skills and facilitates on-the-job training. (Read More)