I first wrote about the One Laptop Per Child project in Sao Tomé this February.
A group of University of Illinois students brought OLPC computers to Sao Tomé in summer 2009, as part of their internship program.
Later, in October 2009, Beth Santos followed up with her own project, making sure laptops were used throughout the school.
Now, this June-July 2010 Beth Santos went back to Sao Tome for her second trip, trying get the project running. She has pledged to do that every year at least once, so to make sure the project stays of track.
If you’d like to participate in funding more laptops, get in touch with Beth through her blog.
— Kris Haamer