You are our most loyal benefactors. Allow me once more to knock on your door. Read my story. Can you change the end?
Nicolas is in 6th grade; in Quebec, he has research on the role of insecticides on the bee population. He settles on the computer and types the keywords: bee, disappearance, insecticides, pesticides ... and it is directed on welcoming garden, good practices, hives of city ... He discovers, learns, sees, wonders , indignant, note, looking for solutions.
Jacques lives in the Hanhane district in Matola, Mozambique. He is a student at the Notre-Dame de la Consolata seminary. In a week, he must do some research work on the role of grassroots communities. Today, it is his colleague's turn to be at the computer. It must have been his, but yesterday there was a power cut. Meanwhile, he prepares his plan hoping that, in turn, the electricity will hold.
Two weights, two measures
Similar challenges, a common desire, but such a different reality. Fr. Andrew Kasumba, Rector of the Seminary, is annoyed to see his young people so poorly equipped. The seminarians face concrete challenges, they face enormous pitfalls. To discover innovative avenues, they must quickly enter the technological era.
Fr. Kasumba does not give up. He does not want his students to be constantly slow in their training, in their development for a question of tools. They must be able to face the current problems with the means of today. He wants to buy five computers to reduce the student / computer ratio. This is not a huge demand. For the seminarians of Matola, however, these are extravagant costs.
Change the end of the story: it's a long time to wait when you're 20!
It's a $ 7,000 affair: 5 computers, screens, cables, programs, printerand current stabilizer.
Allow Jacques to move faster!