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The vocational school ETO (Ecole Technique Omnis) in the capital of Burundi, Gitega, has received new computers.

The purchase was supported by the Christliches Jugenddorfwerk Deutschlands.

ETO Director Léopold Ciza and his colleagues from the IT department are delighted: “Thanks to the new computers, every pupil now has their own workstation for practical lessons. This means that everyone has more time to practise and, of course, learn faster and better as a result.”

Around 440 girls and boys are studying at the vocational school in the three areas of IT/maintenance, electromechanics and telecommunications.