On October 17, Kyoto Computer Gakuin (KCG) presented 144 used computers to the Republic of Gabon on the Atlantic coast of western Central Africa.As part of overseas computer education support activities (IDCE), KCG is working to send used PCs to developing countries and other countries. The
Gabon is one of the countries with the highest per capita income in Africa due to its population of about 2.03 million and abundant oil resources. Currently, the country is working on the spread of computer education.The computer that KCG gave is expected to greatly contribute to the country's ICT adoption.For this donation, Egangue Mireille studied as a project assistant at the Embassy of the Republic of Gabon in Japan (Meguro-ku, Tokyo) after studying at the Kyoto University of Information Studies (KCGI) from the Republic of Gabon. Also worked hard.In addition, at the 55th anniversary ceremony of the KCG Group, which will be held in the 6th floor of the KCG Kyoto Station in front of the KCG Kyoto Station, on November 1, 2018, Mr. Joseph Giro Efangon Obage, Ambassador of the Gabon Republic Embassy, attended as a guest. And is to be congratulated.
IDCE (International Development of Computer Education) is an international educational activity that supports computer education by donating used personal computers to developing countries and Eastern Europe. Starting with Ghana, Poland, Sri Lanka, Mozambique, Papua New Guinea, and Niger, we have provided support to countries around the world.KCG is promoting the creation and dissemination of computer culture on a global scale through IDCE.