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We celebrate our 30th Anniversary of dedication to Technology and Education in Third World Countries.
December 1982- Colombia
Alfonso Ospina (Chief of Staff)
150 years of MIT history
The OLPC project and its emblematic laptop, the XO, has been honored as one of the most important 50 events in the 150 years history of MIT.
Nicholas Negroponte - founder
Museum of Modern Art MoMA - NY
Part of the Permanent Collection- The XO is now a Work Of Art
Rodrigo honored as one of 100 Colombian-born living abroad, for his contribution to education worlwide
Unique World Wide agreement
Our US Project with the Knight Foundation in Miami is launched.
Miami School Superintendent Carvalho
Knight Foundation Chairman Alberto Ibarguen
Holmes Elementary School in Liberty CityMiami.
The Zamora Teran Foundation in Nicaragua delivered 5,000 XOs in the island of Ometepe so 100% of the children in primary schools in the island are now covered. More than 28,500 children in Nicaragua are now enjoying the benefits of this monumental private sector initiative.
Rwanda’s 220,000th XOs delivered
Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame visits OLPC and the Media Lab of MIT
Itagui, Colombia; 100% saturation. A dream come true; 11,000 XOs delivered
TEDx Bogota- Children as Agents of Change. 9 Year old Paola in front of 2,200 people and 50,000 live streaming audience, showing her programming acomplishments. Tweeter Trend Setter for the day in Colombia.
Rwanda’s mute-and-deaf children programming and coming out of their isolation.
Merry Christmas and the very best for 2013