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High-tech help for Ugandan students

High-tech help for Ugandan students

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High-tech help for Ugandan studentsThe Ssaku Secondary School in Nsawo, Uganda, received $30,000 in grant funding from the Clayton Valley/Concord Sunrise Rotary Club for its computer lab. Ssaku purchased more computers and upgraded operating systems, providing students the opportunity to achieve national-level computer science certification. Through the Adopt-A-Village initiative, the Rotary club has had an eight-year community development relationship with Nsawo for medical, infrastructure, economic and educational projects. With the motto “Ending poverty one village at a time,” club members have worked with Nsawo residents on projects such as a medical clinic, drinking water and sanitation systems. Other local Rotary clubs, including Rossmoor, Martinez, Concord, Orinda, Danville/Sycamore, Concord Diablo and Diablo View, also have contributed to the initiative.

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