Great donation of 10 desktop- PCs from Sandvik Mining Tanzania
2019 is sure starting on a high following the donation of 10 desktop- PCs from Sandvik Mining Tanzania.
The company, which belongs to Sandvik Group, a global engineering group from Sweden, gifted Cedar Tanzania the devices on December 4, 2018. Sandi Zaranyika, Managing Director, and Vice president of Sales, Daniel Banister, visited Kamanga Health Centre to deliver the computers and to hear more how the Kamangan community would benefit from this extraordinary gift.
The main focus of the donation is to support educational outcomes for the people of Kamanga region. To this end, Cedar Tanzania’s Education Project Manager Dylan Parkin will be involved in designing and implementing educational programmes for the community, with a special focus on integrating the PCs. While these education projects are still very much in the developmental stages, it is clear that these PCs will prove very beneficial - whether through literacy programmes used to boost the literacy level of community members or through basic computer skills courses to teach general computer skills useful in a variety of work fields, boosting employability.
Cedar Tanzania is grateful to Sandvik for this and previous in-kind and monetary donations as part of a long-standing relationship. Donations like these are vital to ensuring we continue to provide sustainable services in Nyamatongo Ward, and to execute our common vision.
As we begin the New Year, we look forward to using the computers within upcoming projects, ultimately helping the Nyamatongo community help themselves.
If, like Sandvik, you would like to Donate educational or medical equipment then please feel free to contact us here.