The Government of Poland has donated 36 computers to secondary schools in Kilimanjaro Region as part of a strategy to integrate educational institutions in computer-based learning systems.
The Polish embassy has donated these computers to the NGO, which coordinates computer-based technology to upgrade country's secondary schools in Kilimanjaro, Ruvuma and Singida regions. The project is part of the government strategy so as to speed up ICT skills in the secondary schools. According to the official, the CCYD project will help schools to generate incomes by providing computer education at affordable prices to the local communities. The computer enabled classrooms will allow students and teachers from outside the schools` compound to access computer and related technology, and thus improve their knowledge in ICT.