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2019-08-14 by Baba Odeyemi, West Africa
From: Baba Odeyemi, West Africa
I am an emacs enthusiast and love to share and teach emacs,especially I West Africa where I am building a studio to teach young ones ICT on raspberry pi. Any advice or ideas are welcome.
I am working in East Africa, in Uganda, Tanzania, Kenya, and I am from Europe.
You can make computer courses in East Africa by using Emacs Lisp Introduction.
Other good way to teach children programming is Scratch -- https://scratch.mit.edu/ -- teach children programming.
I had computer club 2 times, and I wish to make it third time in East Africa.
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