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Bringing Computer Aid to Cuba

It’s too late to sign-up unfortunately, but I am sure IT charity Computer Aid would bite hands off for more donations for its annual charity cycle ride which kicks off next month. Last year’s event was in Kenya (it's shocking to see that much of the violence in that country at the moment is in the areas around Kisumu where our cycle challenge finished) but the venue for this years challenge is Cuba.
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Written by Andrew Donoghue on

It’s too late to sign-up unfortunately, but I am sure IT charity Computer Aid would bite hands off for more donations for its annual charity cycle ride which kicks off next month. Last year’s event was in Kenya (it's shocking to see that much of the violence in that country at the moment is in the areas around Kisumu where our cycle challenge finished) but the venue for this years challenge is Cuba.

I was lucky enough to take part in the Kenya challenge and have to say that it was one of the most rewarding trips I have ever made despite the heat, hills and saddle sores. The chance to visit some of the remote schools who have benefited from the donation of unwanted PCs from UK organisations was truly rewarding – a machine at the end of its life here, still has a lot to give in Africa.

You can find more information about Computer Aid and the Cuba cycle challenge here .

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