Dr. Chérie Rivers Ndaliko
The laptops will mainly be used for the computer-litaracy classes. Childrens from poor familys will be tought
how to use office applications and do reserch on the internet. In the future we plan to have other computer based classes were children can lern more advanced tasks like programming or media processing.
WHAT YOLE!AFRICA DOES: Yole!Africa offers a series of offline and online activities, workshops, trainings, and performance opportunities in video arts, music, dance, and journalism. The center brings international experts to conduct intensive trainings for Congolese youth and provides a platform for community development and cross-cultural exchange. Because of Yole!Africa’s commitment to reaching all members of the community, all activities are free to participants.
POPULATION SERVED: Yole!Africa is neither a political nor a denominational organization, through its programs it promotes and encourages value and respect for all human beings regardless of race, gender, religion, ethnicity, or socio-economic class. Currently Yole!Africa serves approximately 17,000 youth annually.
Date it was last updated: 05/04/16