KT Care Foundation began to initiate the Computer Training Project in Thet Kel Thaung Village, Ngapudaw Township, Ayeyarwady Region with the basic objective of improving basic computer literacy among the local students and youths which in turn enabled them to greater advantage in their future studies and employment opportunities.
The land space for the training building was contributed by the village community according to the concept of people-centered project approach. One round of the training curriculum will take two months to complete and the first-round of the training course began on 17th December 2017. In the future, the training sessions are planned to open on weekends for the convenience of school children.
Mg Myo Aung Thu, a 1st-year Geography student, attending the computer course at KT Care computer center said, “Nowadays it is essential to know computer literacy for numerous reasons but many people in our village are not familiar with it. Now, we have a chance to attend computer training right here in our village and I want to grasp the opportunity because I am looking for a job while doing my distance university study. I hope to get a good job when I familiar with the use of the computer and have IT knowledge”
Chit Pyae Hmuu, a 4th-year English major student, lives in 2nd ward of Thet Kel Thaung Village. Currently, she is attending the computer training at KT Care’s Computer Training Center. She said, “I am very interested in computer literacy. Once I become familiar with the basics of computer literacy, then job seeking will be much easier. I came to know about the training from my neighborhood. I am very delighted to get a chance to attend this kind of computer training and I will continue learning computer literacy. Thank you so much!”