OLPC pilot in Israel – We Need the Community November 30, 2008Posted by GuySoft in Crictor, Hamakor, ITU, open source.
Tags: Bedouin, Hebrew language, Israel, ITU, olpc, One Laptop per Child
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The Ilan Ramon Center already has an ongoing project for mathematical thinking and programing in the Be’er Sheva area (aka the Negev desert), where they mostly help poor families, and also Bedouin. This is a perfect place to help with OLPCs (some Bedouin even live in tents!). There is a lot to do to help. This past week I had to help the people in the Center get a C and Java IDE to work on the green laptop.