There's mice in my room
Childcare and education
There's mice in my room : Set up a computer room in Cameroon
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Project partners

24 backers
€1,932
€4,432
on an objective of
€5,170
24 backers
Finished time remaining
The steps
375 € / 375 €
Computer furniture : tables and chairs
1030 € / 1030 €
Purchase and installation of the air conditioning system
720 € / 720 €
Purchase and technical installation of WIFI equipment
2307 € / 2825 €
Purchase of 12 computers and 1 video projector
0 € / 220 €
Internet package and security

The Daughters of Charity have been present in Yaoundé, the capital of Cameroon, since 1992. It is a densely populated city in the centre of the country, with around a hundred neighbourhoods with a multi-ethnic and foreign population from Africa and elsewhere. Both rich and poor live here, with the latter becoming increasingly numerous.

The Médaille Miraculeuse bilingual school group has no computer room

Committed to the school for three years, 3 sisters work alongside a team of 20 lay people to ensure the education of more than 350 girls and boys aged between 3 and 11.

In the absence of a computer room, pupils are currently deprived of practical lessons on "New Information and Communication Technologies". This makes it difficult to effectively teach the content required by the official curricula.

"It's a worry not to have a computer room in a school today... Families often don't have the financial resources to equip their homes with computers and are worried. Teachers tell us that if they don't have computer equipment, they run the risk of falling behind in their learning.
This project will put everyone's worries to rest." Sr Gladice

The project: to improve the quality of teaching and achieve educational objectives by creating a computer room with 12 computers and 1 video projector

"The existence of a computer room in the school will make practical lessons on "New Information and Communication Technologies" easy and effective; it will also serve as a place for other lessons based on video projections." Sr Gladice

The school already has a room that can house the project.

The aid provided will make a financial contribution to :
- the provision of computer tables and chairs for pupils and teachers
- the electrical installation for the connections to the computer and projection equipment, the air conditioning system and the WIFI and internet connections
- the purchase and commissioning of all equipment.

The main beneficiaries will be the 350 pupils and teachers, who will be able to enrich their lessons through the use of this teaching equipment.

With the computer room, children will be able to receive high-quality teaching in line with educational objectives.

With them, thanks to you!

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Dominique et Alice Ramassamy.
Dominique et Alice Ramassamy.

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Hugues D.
Hugues D.

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Véronique Cappoen.
Soeur Gladice Crodelle Azanguim

Je suis Sœur Gladice Crodelle AZANGUIM, Fille de la Charité de Saint Vincent de Paul et directrice du « Groupe Scolaire Bilingue Médaille Miraculeuse », située à Yaoundé au Cameroun. Nous sollicitons une aide financière pour la mise en place dans notre structure scolaire d’une salle multimédia. Cet équipement nous rendra la tâche facile pour enseigner à nos élèves les « Technologies de l’Information et de la Communication » et pour la transmission de certaines connaissances ou leçons qui nécessitent une projection vidéo.

Yaoundé
Cameroon