MacBook Donation for Agracademy in South Africa Frankfurt international school donates macbooks

Frankfurt International School in Germany donated 44 MacBooks to augment Learning Academy Worldwide's Vocational Training in Agriculture initiative in South Africa. Read Donation letter here.

Receiving the devices during his visit at the school, Theophilus van Rensburg Lindzter (center) was accompanied by Faculty Staff member, Mr Gareth Brewster together with student and project leader, Tom Springer.
Siblings David and Leah Iliyav and students at Frankfurt International School worked diligently to prepare the MacBooks for the South African Vocational Training School in George, testing and optimizing each device.

Learning Academy Worldwide and Frankfurt International School conducts collaborative initiatives in South Africa. The School's Kalahari Experience - Education Projects, supports the preparation of young people for high stakes exams and they have been doing so for close to 3 decades now in the Moshaweng Valley in the Northern Cape Province of South Africa.

The donation of MacBooks will strengthen the existing preparation-phase for the Agracademy initiative in George, South Africa. Young people with a desire to learn more about career and entrepreneurial possibilities in Agriculture regularly attend training and development sessions offered via Skype from Brussels and in-person under the guidance of Mr Abraham Martin.


Pete Sinclair;  Theophilus van Rensburg Lindzter