Christine Williams, founder and director of NGO My Dunoon speaks to CapeTalk's Kieno Kammies about the urgent need for computers in the community's schools.
Yesterday Dunoon was hit by fires and a number of families were evacuated.
The small township of Dunoon, situated near Milnerton, faces numerous social challenges. My Dunoon has initiated arts, clean-up and gardening, recycling and health awareness projects as well as youth camps to help uplift the community.
We're an NGO that believes unity solves problems, so we get around problems in Dunoon by gathering people around them through community development.— Christine Williams, founder My Dunoon
Dunoon Primary School's computer lab has no computers.
The school principal came to me and said he was concerned they did not have enough computers for their computer labs so we got involved there.— Christine Williams, founder My Dunoon
If you wish to donate or help Dunoon Primary School with computers please contact My Dunoon or call Christine Williams on 082 572 4976.
Listen below to the plight of Dunoon learners and what you can do to help: