Computers/Technology

Computer Centers in Developing Countries

Computer Centers in Developing Countries

 

TechMission’s AC4 has over 100 members in developing countries. We have found two models that work particularly well for computer centers in developing countries: for-fee Cybercafés and Computer Training Centers.

 

Cybercafés (For-fee Internet Access Centers)

GED Computer-Based Training Resources

GED Computer-Based Training Resources

 

English as a Second Language (ESL) Software

English as a Second Language (ESL) Software

 

ESL and TOEFL Software Providers

 

English Tutor for Windows: $69.00. Contact: (513)792-9555

Educational Software for Youth

Educational Software for Youth

 

Academic Curriculum Support Software

Earned Income Tax Credit

Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) Programs

 

What is the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC)?

 

Certification: Becoming a MS Office Certified Testing Center

Certification: Becoming a MS Office Certified Testing Center

 

What is Microsoft Office User Specialist (MOUS) Certification?

 

Assistive Technology Resources

 

Assistive Technology Resources

 

Website Resources

Website Resources

 Free Web Hosting

ForMinistry, an Internet ministry of the American Bible Society was launched in 1999 to “equip the Church online for ministry.” 

Software Donation Resources

Many major software vendors provide free software donations to non-profits.

Among these are the following: Adobe, Autodesk, DigiDesign, Full Armor, Intuit, Knowledge Adventure, Learning Company, Lotus, Macromedia, Microsoft, and Symantec. 

Community computer centers can obtain free software donations either through third-party vendors/non-profits, or by sending a letter directly to the company requesting a donation. The guidelines for use vary by vendor, but the following is a summary of the requirements:

Phone Systems

Phone Systems

 

Options for Phone Systems for Organizations

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