MKFCThe global village is gettingbigger…
MKFCMKFC build the classroomxxxxx
MKFC   Educated the teachersPurpose: To educate the teachers, the staff andthe parents. Open the school to the Internet an...
MKFCTeachers in training
MKFC        Shipped computersxxxxx
MKFC    Folkbildning contributeThe project is part of the Millennium DevelopmentGoal agreed to by all the world’s countrie...
MKFC                OpeningThe opening of the computerlab in FMS 06.05.2006
MKFCFinnish Mission School - FMSThe School started in 1977 and had 316 students and8 teachers. Today the school has approx...
MKFCEducation is crucial for freedomIn Eritrea education has been neglected due to war andlack of rescources.Knowledge abo...
MKFC                    NeedsMaterial needs1. Audio Visual Projector2. Computers3. Boooks for library. Level of Junior Sec...
MKFC                    NeedsMusical Instruments1. Lead Guitar- Electrical2. Alto Sax3. Pan FluteSports Equipments1. Footb...
MKFC             More information•-   More Information?                         rektor@mkfc.se                          ww...
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Finnish Mission School presentation

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In 2006 MKFC shipped 40 computers, network equipment to Finnish Mission School, Eritrea. We also educated 40 teachers in ICT in order for them to implement the use of computers in their courses. Last but not least MKFC built a computer lab.

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Finnish Mission School presentation

  1. 1. MKFCThe global village is gettingbigger…
  2. 2. MKFCMKFC build the classroomxxxxx
  3. 3. MKFC Educated the teachersPurpose: To educate the teachers, the staff andthe parents. Open the school to the Internet and allavailable knowledge there is to be found.Apart from being able to learn how to use theInternet and onlinebased learning, the teachers willget new knowledge about the different ”rights” anduse them in their own teaching
  4. 4. MKFCTeachers in training
  5. 5. MKFC Shipped computersxxxxx
  6. 6. MKFC Folkbildning contributeThe project is part of the Millennium DevelopmentGoal agreed to by all the world’s countries and allthe world’s leading development institutions.The eight Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)– which range from halving extreme poverty tohalting the spread of HIV/AIDS and providinguniversal primary education, all by the target date of2015.
  7. 7. MKFC OpeningThe opening of the computerlab in FMS 06.05.2006
  8. 8. MKFCFinnish Mission School - FMSThe School started in 1977 and had 316 students and8 teachers. Today the school has approximately 3400students in grade 1 - 8 and 74 staff members.FMS has a good reputation and are considered as oneof the best and established schools in Eritrea.The parents participate in thorughan active parentscommittee.
  9. 9. MKFCEducation is crucial for freedomIn Eritrea education has been neglected due to war andlack of rescources.Knowledge about international conventions (HR, CR, WR&Agenda 21) will increase and contribute positivetly to thecountrys developement.There is a thirst for knowledge about ITC (InformationTechnology & communication) since the Internet ismore and more available.
  10. 10. MKFC NeedsMaterial needs1. Audio Visual Projector2. Computers3. Boooks for library. Level of Junior Secondary School Students4. Science material; Microscope, Periscope, Thermometer etc…
  11. 11. MKFC NeedsMusical Instruments1. Lead Guitar- Electrical2. Alto Sax3. Pan FluteSports Equipments1. Football, Volley-ball, Basket-ball, Table -tennis, Ground-tennis, Hand-ball etc…
  12. 12. MKFC More information•- More Information? rektor@mkfc.se www.mkfc.se
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