E-quip Africa completed a $42,000.00 project with the financial help of a Global Grant from Rotary International in 2014. Since then we have focused our work with schools met and vetted during that last trip to Ghana as well as two nonprofits (NGOs).
Located in a rural area of eastern Ghana in the Volta Region and championed by EQA's board member, Kenneth (Kofi) Wutoh, a program called Project Click-A-Mouse functions as our only active Ghanaian school effort. Since the backs of board members here in Minnesota (where we collect most of our computers) have aged a bit, we now specialize in laptops and compact desktops. Check out Project Click-A-Mouse here.
EVCO Africa is a nonprofit headed by an amazing Ghanaian with US Citizenship who works a second job and contributes all of that income to carry out a large array of activities to help people his homeland. To learn more about EVCO AFRICA click.
The second NGO is located in Liberia and is one of several chapters based on "Youth Crime Watch - Miami." E-quip Africa has been assisting Youth Crime Watch Liberia with computers since 2009.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT OF E-quip Africa!