Computer for Kids International, Inc. (COKI)

1331 Villa Way UNIT C, Charlottesville, VA 22903, USA
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Our missionTo mobilize computers and other educational technologies and resources for children in under-resourced African countries to improve teaching and learning.

Computer for Kids International, Inc. (COKI)

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You can support us by donation, volunteering with us to serve as Board Member, or Staff. You can also support us by talking about us to people and institutions that could support our mission.
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How you helpCOKI is dependent largely on public support in several different ways. Your support is highly needed and appreciated. You can volunteer your time to serve on our Board of Directors; you can volunteer your skills as a team member, and importantly you can support us through donations, fundraising for us, and sharing our information to people you think can be a help for us in any of these different ways.
About usComputer for Kids International, Inc. (COKI) is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization incorporated under Virginia State Law on the 23rd day of July 2018. COKI’s goal is to use technology as the core tool to build a strong educational foundation for children in under-resourced African countries and thereby ensure for them a successful career and a better life. COKI’s goal supports the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal IV – to “Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all”. In an effort to achieve this goal, we seek to identify and move computers and other educational technologies and resources from where they are in abundance to where they are scarce or do not exist. COKI will also develop and operate a school system that blends traditional curriculum with competence-based education to make young graduates marketable or self-employable.
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