Our two CKCs (Community Knowledge Centers) are designed for the population of King’Ori to get access to Information and Communication Technologies (ICT).

For this, we offer various activities:

  • Computer courses
  • English training
  • Printing, laminating, copying and scanning
  • Internet access
  • Writing and sending e-mails
  • Watching television
  • Access to our library, etc.

Our Goal

  • Making the CKC King’Ori an outstanding education centre in Meru District
  • Representing and promoting the ICT services to children and adults
  • Increasing the ICT capability of the community
  • Improving the community’s well-being

History

The largest CKC, CKC 1, situated in King’Ori village, was established by World Vision in 2011, financed by a German donor. The inauguration ceremony took place in February 2012, together with World Vision and the donor family. The establishment of CKC 2 (Kikatiti) and CKC 3 (Leguruki) followed gradually. In September 2014, World Vision retreated from the project and the three buildings plus inventory were handed over to the CBO Kikulunge.
Since then, the operating non-profit company „CKC King’Ori“ has been running it to make sure that the activities continue. At the moment the operation of the premises is supported by a German foundation, the Schick’sche Familienstiftung. But the medium-term aim is to make the CKCs completely independent from international donorship. However on August 2018 the CKC 2 was closed. In order to reach the aim of independence, we first focus on CKC 1 and CKC 3.

Get in contact with us: HERE

 

Our two CKCs (Community Knowledge Centers) are designed for the population of King’Ori to get access to Information and Communication Technologies (ICT).

For this, we offer various activities:

  • Computer courses
  • English training
  • Printing, laminating, copying and scanning
  • Internet access
  • Writing and sending e-mails
  • Watching television
  • Access to our library, etc.

Our Goal

  • Making the CKC King’Ori an outstanding education centre in Meru District
  • Representing and promoting the ICT services to children and adults
  • Increasing the ICT capability of the community
  • Improving the community’s well-being

History

The largest CKC, CKC 1, situated in King’Ori village, was established by World Vision in 2011, financed by a German donor. The inauguration ceremony took place in February 2012, together with World Vision and the donor family. The establishment of CKC 2 (Kikatiti) and CKC 3 (Leguruki) followed gradually. In September 2014, World Vision retreated from the project and the three buildings plus inventory were handed over to the CBO Kikulunge.
Since then, the operating non-profit company „CKC King’Ori“ has been running it to make sure that the activities continue. At the moment the operation of the premises is supported by a German foundation, the Schick’sche Familienstiftung. But the medium-term aim is to make the CKCs completely independent from international donorship. However on August 2018 the CKC 2 was closed. In order to reach the aim of independence, we first focus on CKC 1 and CKC 3.

Get in contact with us: HERE

 

Our two CKCs (Community Knowledge Centers) are designed for the population of King’Ori to get access to Information and Communication Technologies (ICT).

For this, we offer various activities:

  • Computer courses
  • English training
  • Printing, laminating, copying and scanning
  • Internet access
  • Writing and sending e-mails
  • Watching television
  • Access to our library, etc.

Our Goal

  • Making the CKC King’Ori an outstanding education centre in Meru District
  • Representing and promoting the ICT services to children and adults
  • Increasing the ICT capability of the community
  • Improving the community’s well-being

History

The largest CKC, CKC 1, situated in King’Ori village, was established by World Vision in 2011, financed by a German donor. The inauguration ceremony took place in February 2012, together with World Vision and the donor family. The establishment of CKC 2 (Kikatiti) and CKC 3 (Leguruki) followed gradually. In September 2014, World Vision retreated from the project and the three buildings plus inventory were handed over to the CBO Kikulunge.
Since then, the operating non-profit company „CKC King’Ori“ has been running it to make sure that the activities continue. At the moment the operation of the premises is supported by a German foundation, the Schick’sche Familienstiftung. But the medium-term aim is to make the CKCs completely independent from international donorship. However on August 2018 the CKC 2 was closed. In order to reach the aim of independence, we first focus on CKC 1 and CKC 3.

Get in contact with us: HERE