High Schools in the Netherlands

Maxim Nyansa invites schools to partner with junior high schools in West Africa who are interested to do an integrated IT project with us. At many schools in Africa, parents will be motivated to start a campaign to finance the IT project for the education of their children. At the same time in some rural areas, this funding may not be enough to cover the costs of the introduction of an IT lab, training for teachers and students, and the introduction of software. Maxim Nyansa therefore is looking for high schools in the developed world to partner with us. We are happy to meet with you in person to discuss a tailor made program for high school. Ideas for partnerships

1. Do an exchange project: high school students from your school visit the sponsor school and are involved in training students in their first IT skills. High school students from the developed world are very well skilled in IT literacy and are capable of explaining these things to others. 

2. Donate the old IT hardware (desktops, laptops, beamers) of your high school. They will be shipped duty free by Maxim Nyansa, revised by our local workshop and given a useful second life in an African school.

3. Get involved with your school in a campaign to raise funds for a Maxim Nyansa project. 

Maxim Nyansa specializes in the field of IT and education. Our consultants are trained and experienced in both areas and are able to take the right solution to every school, taking into account its location, level of experience with IT and current status of hardware facilities and of course its financial possibilities. In the course of 2016, we have enriched our own knowledge and experience in this area with a pilot at Virgo Junior High school (an evaluation report is available upon request at mninfo@maximnyansa.com) but also in collaboration with other experts in this field, both in Ghana and the Netherlands, leading to our “Transformation of learning” approach.

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Maxim Nyansa Learning Transformation for High Schools

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What we aim to achieve

It is our ambition to launch training programmes in the metropolitan cities of West-Africa. Each year we will offer a 6 month programme for young graduates in computer science to get them ready for the international job market. At the same time, we offer a learning transformation programmes for West-African high schools, helping them to introduce their students to 21st skills including digital literacy.

Maxim Nyansa interviews Legon students