Empowering Tech Education: University of Dar es Salaam's Generous Donation to Sasamani’s Tech4All Program
Bagamoyo, January 10th: The University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania's leading university, has generously supported the Sasamani Tech4All computer lab in Bagamoyo with a substantial donation of tables and chairs.
The Sasamani Tech4All program, dedicated to fostering digital literacy for 200 students in Sasamani's Education Sponsorship program, has been striving to create an optimal learning environment and provide access to computers and the internet to the students. The donated furniture will significantly enhance the lab's capacity to cater to a growing number of eager learners.
Expressing enthusiasm during the handover ceremony, Dr. D. Kuhenga, Head of the Communication and Marketing Unit at the University of Dar es Salaam, congratulated Sasamani on its impactful initiative. He emphasized, "Congratulations on this great initiative for the youth, especially girls, on education and empowerment. May you keep up the great work for our nation's development."
Secilia M., Sasamani Tech4All Director, expressed her appreciation for the partnership with the University of Dar es Salaam, stating, "I am truly grateful for the incredible visit from the University of Dar es Salaam, where we experienced firsthand how meaningful partnerships go far beyond donations. Thank you for being an inspiring part of this transformative journey."
During the visit, computer literacy students showcased their skills, underscoring the lab's effectiveness and emphasizing the tangible impact of the university's generous contribution on the students' educational journey.