CALD Academy


CALD Academy

CALD Academy facilitates Information and Communication Technology for Education through collaborations with partners that have modern technology resources, skills and experience and rural schools or communities that lack the technology.

Every Child Online (ECO) Project


CALD - Avanti meeting in Nairobi - From far right - Charles Walunywa (CALD),
Mukul Kumar (Avanti UK), Mwangi Kiragu (Avanti Kenya) and Front left Nelson Mutua (CALD) 
CALD is currently working with Avanti Communication in exploring the opportunity to connect rural schools in Kangundo sub-county in Kenya- Click here for more information here - ECO Project

Goal
Establish a collaborative and sustainable rural community broadband social enterprise that is enabled through partnership with Avanti communication satellite broadband  Every Child Online (ECO) Project that will facilitate WI-FI hotspots broadband installation, service provision, maintenance, upgrade and support in schools, hospitals and clinics and rural communities in Kangundo sub-county. Kenya


Mission
Our mission is to develop a collaborative and sustainable rural community broadband social enterprise based on Avanti satellite broadband through setting up a Sustainable Community Investment, Development and Information Center (SCIDIC) that will bring innovative rural community broadband vocational skills development training in WI-FI hotspot broadband installation, service provision, maintenance, upgrade and support for schools, hospitals/ clinics and communities.  This will bring job opportunities for youths providing sustainable financial support for their families’ household incomes and in turn enable access to modern information and communication technologies (ICT’s) enabled education and health services hence participating in meeting the Sustainable Development Goals in the areas of ending poverty, providing quality education, providing good health and wellbeing and promoting partnerships.


Popular posts from this blog

Washington Fellowship Application Information - Young African Leaders Intitiative

Post Election Riots in Nigeria: Kafanchan the hometown of Fantsuam Foundation Burns