Journey to Africa – Part 2

Journey to Africa – Part 2

In the second of a series of blogs written by journalist Jamie Ball on a recent trip to Africa on behalf of Camara Education read on for a synopsis of his time in Kenya.   After almost a week in Kenya with Camara Education, which is the more memorable image to...
Coding and creativity collide

Coding and creativity collide

Coding and creativity collide: Young people to take on robotics, electronics and the arts in major new nationwide initiative. National Youth Council, Camara Education Ireland and Science Foundation Ireland join forces to bring STEM skills to young people all over...
Journey to Africa – Part 1

Journey to Africa – Part 1

This blog is one of a series of four,  written by Jamie Ball, a freelance journalist who travelled to Ethiopia, Kenya and Tanzania on behalf of Camara Education.  Being of a generation that chiefly, but misleadingly, associates Ethiopia with famine, it being referred...
Camara Education launches its 2017-2020 Strategy

Camara Education launches its 2017-2020 Strategy

            Today Camara Education together with Lord Puttnam, Ireland’s Digital Champion and John Lonergan Former Governor of Mountjoy, launched its Strategy for 2017-2020. We here at Camara Education believe that quality education and...
International Youth Day 2016

International Youth Day 2016

Today marks International Youth Day, a day where we can focus on inspiring and empowering a young generation around the world. There is a greater need more than ever to invest in youth today. This year, International Youth Day is about achieving the 2030 Agenda for...
Grade 8 and 9 Computers Studies training in Zambia

Grade 8 and 9 Computers Studies training in Zambia

By Vincent K. Bwalya, Training Manager – Camara Zambia The battle between Microsoft Windows and the Ubuntu operating system in Zambia’s new curriculum has been an oppressing debate for some time, until the introduction of Camara’s Grades 8 and 9 Computer Studies...