Ready, Set, Go!
A lot have happened since the last blog post. We have got in touch with sponsors and this year Opera, Ericsson and the software engineering program will be sponsoring. Also Göteborg stad Västra Hisingen and Sigma Technologies will be donating laptops. We really appreciate all the support we get from out sponsors and donators. Two […]
A hectic last week
A new year is coming and with that a new CESA, the eleventh in a row. We are very excited about our mission and adventure. We will do out best to keep up the success of CESA. We would like to thank our chairman Samuel Bengmark and the other members from previous years for the […]
Both ups and downs during second week
At this moment we are sitting at Mugg & Bean (the best coffee shop in the country; not sponsored advertisement) at King Shaka International Airport in Durban, waiting for a plane to take us back home to Sweden, via Dubai once again. The three weeks of work for CESA – Computer Education in Southern Africa […]
Fixing, teaching and donating
Holiday is over. Time for work!
The difference between schools in Sweden and South Africa is huge. At least when it comes to computer usage. That is what we have learnt this week. So far we have visited seven schools in the area around Hluhluwe, including both primary and secondary schools. The main tasks have been to fix issues with the […]
The start of an adventure…
The past three weeks in South Africa have been amazing. We started out by visiting Robben Island and the Cape Point, climbing the Table Mountain and exploring Cape Town during the first four days. After that we went to Stellenbosch and experienced the most extraordinary wine safari you could imagine, and became friends with Justin, […]
45 Days of Fortune(r)?
We have left Sweden! This morning I (Daniel) and Hampus took an aeroplane from Gothenburg to Stockholm, where we met Matilda and continued to Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. During the flight we watched several movies and played a quiz game which was won by Hampus. We are now at the Dubai International Airport […]
Roy and the pallet shop
Computers, Ubuntu, stickers, Wikipedia, pallets… You have heard it before. What about the actual journey? We might not yet have told you, but it is almost all sorted! On our way from the shop where we bought the extension cords with multiple plug sockets (see the last blog post), I (Daniel) and Matilda discussed naming […]
Welcome to the CESA zoo!
Have the CESA 17 project been cancelled, you may wonder? No! Despite a very silent blog during the last couple of months, we have been very productive. A short summery: flight tickets have been purchased and the computers are ready to be shipped to South Africa. Now to the longer summary. Last time, we reported […]
The project keeps going on! What has happened since our last update? The computers have been cleaned, stickers have been removed and, last but not least, the computers now have new operating systems! Last Thursday evening was dedicated to the computers, with Daniel and Hampus starting to change operating systems from Windows to Ubuntu on […]