Computers for Africa, 24 April 2006.
The Computers for Africa collects Omaha's used computers, refurbishes them, and ships them to African high schools and NGOs. This organisation has also developed a model whereby United States cities can partner with villages in least developed nations to help bridge the international digital divide.
The model, which maximises the use of Omaha technology and reduces the disparity between nations, also enhances the social and economic status of some of the world's most disadvantaged women.
Visit the Computers for Africa for further details.