. YAMORA FAMILY YEI .
. SOUTH SUDAN .
Elisabeth - her digital first!
Yei, 10. March 2020 Elisabeth finally could still her hunger for knowledge. She is shy but so excited to discover her first lesson on her own on an iPad 2nd generation. Technology that is already obsolete for our children in Switzerland will do miracles for those wh have never had a chance to visit the internet. Elisabeth was at the waterpump on the school compound doing her houshold chores when she discovered our workshop at the childrens center. She and other kids grabbed every opportuntiy to peek through the window shutters of the Childrens Center, where the digital learning sessions from wiLearn 4 Life took place.
Whenever our 20 teacher participants took a break from the workshop, the children would be at the door to see if they could take advantage of unused tablets so they could play games on the tablet PC's.
Adam who leads the kids activities also took part in the Smart Learning introductory workshop desinged for teachers, administrators and ICT people. We feel very priviledged to be part of the team and start the orphans education with a mobile learning library. It will open up the world of information to them even without internet connection or city power. This offline library kit sponsored by a Rumanian doctor will create new learning opportuntities for bright minds. The key to relaese the potential is to make it readily accessible to the entire community, so that nobody is left out of learning for life.
YAMORA takes moLLi to the kids!
Yamora is the care taker of moLLi, the mobile Learning Lab interactive. The Yamora team is a group of dynamic Christians affiliated to various South Sudan churches who are committed to serve the community and rebuild the country on a solid foundation. The team is engageing in womens empowerment with a tailoring training, agricultural training and medicinal plant processing, runs regualr childrens clubs for singing and football and plans to mentor children orphaned by and hurt by the brutal war.