Using Education and Technology to Bridge the Poverty Gap
The mission of St. John Bosco is to serve the street children of Jeremie. Tek4Kids partnered with them in 2013, adding an exciting component to their curriculum.
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St. Louis High School continues to lead the way using the latest technology. Tek4Kids introduced iPads to supplement Biology, English, and Math classes.
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In 2006, the seed for Tek4Kids was planted! The need for clean drinking water, improved education was acute in one of the poorest areas of Jeremie.
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Founded in 1877, Brother Paulin School is one of Jeremie’s oldest schools. Tek4Kids provides clean water, electricity, computer classes, and a computer lab.
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The girls who call Montfort home are full of energy and playfulness. Tek4Kids began its partnership in 2013, providing them with clean water and reliable electricity.
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St. Louis Elementary developed an education plan to assist children from early on, introducing technology to students at the kindergarten level.
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