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"If you can't feed a hundred people,
then just feed one."
-Mother Teresa

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The Mission

The Model School - Ejiusu Ghana

Facilitating Computer Literacy for the Youth of Ejisu, Ghana through computer equipment, training, and solar energy.

Computer Literacy Program - Ejisu Ghana




News

  • OLD NEWBURY BONFIRE Please come join us on Saturday January 14th, 2012 from 3PM - 9PMat the OLD NEWBURY BONFIREThere will be MUSIC, EVENTS, and FOOD
    Posted Jan 6, 2012, 11:21 AM by Michael DeRosa
  • Right Time for Ghana to Develop and Promote Solar Energy "Right Time for Ghana to Develop and Promote Solar Energy"By Stephen Atta OwusuGhanaWeb, Monday, May 31, 2011"Even when there is, at present, no problem with the water level of Ghana's Akosombo Dam, power failure still exists in the country. A week never passes without a cut in power from the national grid. Everything comes to a standstill when power fails. The break is so sudden and powerful that electrical appliances in many homes are broken. The government must begin to think seriously on how to make energy sufficient in a more efficient way. With the discovery of oil, the government must direct more resources towards investing in solar energy systems. It is expensive for an individual ...
    Posted May 31, 2011, 5:09 AM by Michael DeRosa
  • "Net Worker," Boston College Magazine Timothy Anderson, founder of World Computer Exchange, is featured in the Winter 2011 issue of Boston College Magazine. "Net Worker"By Alicia Potter, Boston College Magazine"Timothy Anderson is the founder, president, and sole full-time employee of World Computer Exchange (WCE), a nonprofit that provides refurbished desktop computers and peripherals in developing countries at low cost. In 11 years of operation, with the help of some 700 volunteers worldwide, he has shipped 28,300 computers to 2,675 schools, libraries, orphanages, and youth centers in 41 nations. A political science major and former UGBC president, with a master’s degree in public administration from Harvard’s Kennedy School, Anderson arrived at WCE by a route circuitous and apt ...
    Posted May 31, 2011, 5:08 AM by Michael DeRosa
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About Us

We are volunteers working to supply used computers and solar power to a school in the Ejisu-Juaben school district in central Ghana, as well as, a new Community Center in downtown Ejisu.  The Model School is now a Partner of World Computer Exchange (www.worldcomputerexchange.com). We have also partnered with Energiebau to meet the energy needs of the school.  The American rock band, Soul Rebel Project, has recently joined the cause and has been a great supporter of the project.

Partners:

The Model School - Ejisu Ghana
The World Computer Exchange, Hull Massachusetts USA
Energiebau Corporation - Accra Ghana
Soul Rebel Project, Gloucester Massachusetts USA