Kitengela Pasha Centre trains 44
DEVELOPMENT| July 27, 2012, 1:04 p.m.
44 community members have received certificates in digital literacy after undergoing training at Kenya’s Kitengela Pasha Centre.
The Digital Literacy program followed the Intel Easy Steps module, which is delivered at a subsidized rate. Participants pay shs 1000 for a month of training on basic IT skills and how to use ICT in their various occupations.
Among the participants were small business owners and a pastor.
Kitengela Pasha Centre is one of a number of Pasha Centres opened around Kenya with the help of government funding, to offer ICT access and training to their communities.
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