In Kasoa, Ghana, east of Accra, sits the Good Shepherd Orphanage. This is where Students Bridging the Information Gap (SBIG) built a computer lab and library complex for the 450 students and orphans who live and learn there. This is SBIG’s second such installation in Ghana, and their first with Inveneo solutions.
SBIG believes the world is in an ICT age and, in order to prosper in the increasingly technology driven economy, every child should be given the opportunity to learn and develop his or her skills in the new field.
1Village Ghana, SBIG installed 18 ASUS Eee Box B202 computers with Inveneo low-power monitors, an Inveneo Hub Server R3, and a Ubiquiti Nano Station for internal WiFi. The group also chose to add an LED projector on the teaching system.
The computer center is just one part of the library project that SBIG is delivering for the Good Shepherd Orphanage. The other part is a library of books donated by the Delbarton School in Morristown, New Jersey.