IT Legacy Project invests in children

As part of the celebration of National Children’s Day in Strydenburg, the Provincial Information Society Strategy Programme (INSPIRE) in the Northern Cape provided ten computers to the Strydenburg Community Library.
The honorable Premier, Ms. H. Jenkins, officially opened the access to computers programme through the cutting of the ribbon ceremony. Ms Jenkins highlighted the importance of children to have access to information and she indicated that these computers will enable them to have that access.

The Office on the Rights of the Child indicated that it is important that children are able to gain information on study opportunities, bursary funds and job opportunities. It was further emphasized that these computers will enable the children to conduct the necessary and relevant research for successful completion of their school assignments.

A programme will also be implemented to ensure that the children are adequately capacitated around how to access the internet. They will further be provided with computer skills.

>>Address by the Premier of the Northern Cape, Mrs Hazel Jenkins on the occasion of the Children’s Day celebrations

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