Access to Technology Staves off Poverty

Children patiently wait to use one of just three older computers at the Promise Land Christian School of Payatas in The Philippines.

The Philippines – In 2016, the Department of Education in the Philippines mandated all elementary schools offer computer classes to prepare students for 7th – 12th grade education. Having access to a computer is no longer a luxury. Promise Land Christian School, located in the Payatas Dumpsite, was able to resurrect three old computers, but they frequently freeze. Students crowd the computer area and hall waiting their turn.

We are praying for help to purchase eight computers for the school’s Computer Lab. This will allow students to keep pace with technology and allow them access to information necessary for advancing education. It will also motivate these young minds, helping them realize there is a world of possibilities for them.

Please partner with us to impact these children and their futures. Each computer is $500. To donate, click the donate button and select Southeast Asia in the donation drop-down menu.

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