He said that the distribution process is still underway and all schools will have gotten computers in five years
“The government has invested much effort and resources in ICT and working towards its inclusion in teaching and learning. We started by providing basic equipment, then after we will provide more facilities like internet to enable students use computers in research,” he said.
He said that the target is in line with the government’s ICT inclusion programme in service delivery
Munyakazi appreciated how the 100 computers at G.S Muhoza have contributed to the delivery of quality of education.
“This is a twelve-year-basic education school and students have access to ICT subjects which gives usassurance that quality education is not limited to city-based-schools, but in rural schools as well,” he said.
According to the Ministry of Education, a total of 20,000 computers have been distributed to 200 schools across the country.