Computers in Homes works with refugee families to help them use information and communication technology as a tool for learning and for connecting with family members that are still living overseas.
Our aim is to provide both the children and parents with the digital tools tools and skills they need to become active learners, access online educational resources, and stay in touch with family and events in their original home country.
The families are from refugee communities in Auckland, Hamilton, Wellington, Palmerston North, Nelson and Dunedin.
“We are so privileged to be working with such a culturally diverse group of families.
As new Kiwis they bring perspective and wisdom to each of their new communities.”
Shona Te Huki
The 20/20 Trust provides refurbished computers and internet access to approximately 100+ refugee background families nationally per year, under a Ministry of Education contract. The Ministry also contracts separately a regional training provider to deliver the training component, employ family liaison and provide technical support to the families during the 12 month contract.
We are very appreciative of our regional training providers, who are achieving outstanding results with the delivery of the programme for each family we come into contact with and also the communities who have embraced each new family as they make New Zealand home.