LPI Central Europe and Thomas-Krenn.AG support „Kindern Eine Chance“ in Uganda with solar systems
(Freyung and Kassel, Germany: December 22, 2010): Linux Professional Institute Central Europe and Thomas-Krenn.AG finance two solar systems for computing class rooms for the association „Kindern eine Chance“ in Uganda. „Kindern eine Chance“ is a private initiative which was founded in Austria in 2008. By now, they enable 400 children around Zigoti in Uganda to visit school regularly. Stefan Pleger, board member of „Ärzte ohne Grenzen“ Austria and co-initiator of „Kindern eine Chance“ believes sustainable aid is particularly important. A boarding school building for orphans and a Demonstration Farm are already in operation for a year. Currently, the support for local schools is expanded through the „School Support Network“. The support includes providing books and school furniture, and constructing school buildings and water tanks. Moreover, donated laptops shall be used for computing lessens. Many of these villages do not have electricity. The two donated solar systems will enable computing lessons in two villages.
If you would like to support orphans in Uganda, you can find further information about donations, such as used laptops, under:
and general information under:
http://www.kinderneinechance.at/spenden-helfen-uganda/spendenkonto-kindern-eine-chance.html on the websites of „Kindern eine Chance“.
Contact for further inquiries: Werner Fischer, Thomas-Krenn.AG (wfischer(at)thomaskrenn.com phone: +49 (0) 8551 – 9150-241)
LPI Central Europe also provides information on their website under:
About "Kindern eine Chance":
In Uganda there are thousands of orphans without support, without the opportunity to go to school- simply without any chance to escape this cycle of poverty, lack of education and hopelessness. „Kindern eine Chance“ (www.kinderneinechance.at) is an initiative, which wants to give this chance to some children.
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About LPI Central Europe:
LPI Central Europe represents as Master Affiliate the Linux Professional Institute in Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Germany, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Poland, and Switzerland. The Linux Professional Institute promotes and certifies essential skills on Linux and Open Source technologies through the global delivery of comprehensive, top-quality, vendor-independent exams. Established as an international non-profit organization in September 1999 by the Linux community, the Linux Professional Institute continues to demonstrate recognized global leadership in the certification of Linux professionals. LPI advances the Linux and Open Source movement through strategic partners, sponsorships, innovative programs and community development activities. LPI's major financial sponsors are Platinum Sponsors IBM, Linux Journal, Linux Magazine, Novell, SGI, and TurboLinux as well as Gold Sponsors, HP and IDG.