Digitruck kisumu training
CFSK in partnership with Close The Gap, WEEE centre, World Loop, Digital Pipeline Africa, Arrow Electronics, ICT Authority(Kenya), NEMA, National Environment Trust FUND (Kenya), Ministry of Environment & Forestry and the Council of Governors-Kenya has launched a mobile training center (The DigiTruck) for technical skills in a bid to enhance its capacity to facilitate technology-related skills at county levels in Kenya. The project, will see regional trainees trained on new generation computing, E-Waste Management, and related technologies. It will also help in sensitizing communities on responsible e-waste disposal in Kericho .
Regional trainees will include, but not limited to: The Youth, Women and Teachers
Enter the DigiTruck. A 40-foot steel cargo container converted into a mobile computing unit. It is equipped with solar panels capable of fully powering it for several days at a time so it can reach remote rural villages with no electricity. The DigiTruck is also triple-insulated to protect against heat. Inside the DigiTruck includes laptops, tablets, printers, routers and a LED TV flat-screen monitor. See more Pictures
Educating for the future
We believe education is the foundation for a bright future. Together, CFSK and Close the Gap are changing lives through creative and sustainable solutions in Kenya.