A New Computer Room for a West Bank Girls’ School

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With only $20,000, Anera fully equipped the computer room at Kufur Thulth Girls’ Secondary School near Qalqilia, West Bank. With regular access to good computers and reliable Internet, the 400 girls at the school are using the tools they need to build their future in today’s technological world.


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