Computers Donated to Schools

Computers Donated to SchoolsComputers Donated to Schools

Since 2005, the Tehran-based Mehr-e-Giti Charity Institute has donated more than 2,500 computers to schools in deprived areas of the country.  At present many school children living in disadvantaged areas can’t afford to learn the use of computers, and are therefore computer illiterate. Donating computers to poorer communities can increase their access to modern technology and advanced knowledge, ISNA reported.  

People can also assist the charity by donating their personal computers (PCs) if they are not using them.

So far, the charity has constructed around 100 small schools (with one to six classrooms) in Sistan-Baluchestan and South Khorasan provinces. The charity is located in Shahrak-e Qarb in western Tehran.