Camp for Peace Liberia (CfP) has extended its donation of rumie tablets to several schools in Bong County, to be established as digital libraries. The St. Mark Lutheran High School and the Doloken Gboveh High School were amongst schools that benefited from the donation today.
According to the Executive Director of Camp for Peace Liberia, Mr. B. Abel Learwellie, the E-Library established at these schools will target mainly high school students, especially prospective 12 graders who will be preparing to the write the WASSCE next year. Displaying the contents of the tablet, Mr. Learwellie said, the tablet contains difficult subjects like Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, Calculus, etc. He therefore encouraged the administrations and teachers of these institutions to make maximum use of these devices as they are tailored to enhance their teaching and learning. He also disclosed that negotiation is currently ongoing between CfP Liberia and the Rumie Initiative to bring into the country 10,000 to 15,000 of the Rumie for many schools and students to benefit.
Receiving the tablets on behalf of their institutions, the administrations of the two schools, Gboveh and St. Mark Lutheran High Schools lauded Camp for Peace Liberia for its effort in contributing to the Liberian Educational System. They said, this is a greatest gift that one can give back to his country, especially the school that system that is in fragility. Both administration clearly underscored the challenges they faced in assessing resource materials that are commensurate with prescribed textbooks and lessons that supposed to be taught. They strongly assured the benefactors of their commitment in making sure that these digital tools will be used for the full utilizations of the intention they are donated.
It can be recalled that since 2014, Camp for Peace Liberia has distributed a total of over 800 pieces of educational tablets to schools across the country. Camp for Peace Liberia considered this initiative as one of the most innovation approach aimed at helping teachers and students improved their teaching and learning process