School’s In, Plug In
Afghan schools are recording and disseminating lessons to students by USB to protect families from COVID-19. Unfortunately, not everyone is ready for this turn to technology. Many children do not have televisions to watch the lessons on. And many have no means to plug in a television even if they had one.
Unfortunately, 244 Child Foundation families in Afghanistan need USB-equipped televisions. However, 28 more families live without both a television and electricity. To ensure these talented students have access to their classes, they need a battery and solar panel to power a television.
- USB-equipped 24” Sony television $56
- Battery (100 wH) $98
- Solar panel to recharge battery $86
Your donation puts this equipment into the hands of students eager to learn. Your donation makes the continuation of their education possible.
School’s in session. Help us plug them in for lessons.
Three Afghan students talk about how difficult distance learning is when they don't have a TV to watch their lessons.
Shukria must walk to her neighbor's house and use their television when it is available. The image quality is poor. She needs her own equipment.Social Worker
Shukria's mom talks how difficult is distance learning for her children. A television is $56 and means access to their education smoothly. Let's make sure they don't fall behind the cracks!Social Worker