Get Started!

Julie, Joey and Henry during a training session with Tuhoe’s Kimioranga Whanau Ora programme at Kawerau
Tuhoe’s Kimioranga Whānau Ora programme partnered with the 20/20 Trust to deliver to whānau at Kawerau and around.

If you want more information on the programme, or are a parent, school or refugee family wanting to get started, click a link below.

Schools Get Started!

Schools are involved all the way through: they plan the programme with the 20/20 Trust, invite the families, and once families' computer training is complete and computers are in homes, teachers use email and the internet for students' homework and communication.Read more

Families Get Started!

This page is for parents and carers wanting to take part in Computers in Homes at your child's school. It tells you what is involved, what you get, and what other parents said about the programme.Read more

Refugees Connect!

Each year the Ministry of Education funds Refugee Connect, a "Computers in Homes" programme  for 100-130 refugee background families in Auckland, Hamilton, Wellington, Palmerston North, Christchurch and Nelson.Read more