Making Connections In Africa
“Please investigate what options are available to get a better Internet connection at the Kara Centre in the north of Togo. Their current Internet connection is extremely slow and unreliable. They need at least enough bandwidth to make quality VoIP calls [like Skype] and to work with Google Apps.”
This request came to Hank Scott, a computer network engineer, and his Global Technology & Information Services team. From the JAARS campus in North Carolina, Hank frequently flies to Africa to provide technical training and solutions for translators and consultants who need Internet service that allows them to download software, upload files, and work collaboratively to speed accurate translations of God’s Word.
Thank you for helping provide Internet solutions for Africa!