Inspiring Students to Learn, Grow and Imagine

Endallah Secondary School was recently upgraded from Powering Potential’s SPARC program to SPARC+. The basic SPARC (Solar Powered Access to Raspberry Computing) program was installed at Endallah in 2012 and included a solar-powered computer lab and offline digital educational content.

The Potential Enhancement Foundation (PEF) – Powering Potential’s sister organization in Tanzania – led the SPARC+ installation, consisting of 15 additional computer systems (for a total of 20) and an upgraded solar-power system.

With the Powering Potential SPARC+ program’s expanded resources, Endallah instructors can now teach the Tanzania Information and Computer Studies (ICS) curriculum to stimulate students’ creativity and help advance the country’s national development goals.

Endallah Secondary School provides education to students ages 14 to 17. This co-educational community school serves 458 students in Endallah Village within the Karatu district.

Albin Mathias, Executive Director of Potential Enhancement Foundation (left), and Mr. Sijaona, Academic Officer, reviewing SPARC+ plan

 

Installing additional solar panels

 

Completing the Endallah SPARC+ installation!