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Solar Learning Lab – Diepsloot School – South Africa

The Solar Learning Lab, or ZubaBox has been installed at Diepsloot School South Africa, creating a unique space for learning, and the opportunity for students to learn 21st century skills.

The lab is looked after by local partner Change the World South Africa, who work to bridge the skills gap in the ICT job market in South Africa. They train students in skills ranging from PC Basics to intermediate coding, and IT Technician workshops. Their intensive, hands-on training programs empower and develop young people to be competent in ICT and enable them to use their skills to find purposeful employment and enhance the quality of their lives. Change the World will deliver the Dell Youth Learning program and leverage the technology of the Solar Learning Lab in the most inclusive and impactful way for Diepsloot’s student population.

The Solar Learning Labs marks the first ever installation of computers at Diepsloot School, being of great benefit to over 700 students, aged 14-19.

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