Naburr is a “global neighbour network”:
Where committed people worldwide assist local communities in developing countries shape a brighter future.
Naburr is a NGO involved in many different projects. One which relates directly to digital literacy and the digital divide is the “Computer literacy for Oyoko children” in Ghana, Africa.
There are many ways to get involved and support the efforts, but the first step is to register and “become a Neighbour” on NABUUR.COM. In addition to financial support, the project needs information and advice about how to setup and run computer labs.
If you have expertise in this area, check out the project and consider getting involved!
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