What is Camara’s RAM Appeal?
Camara is currently experiencing an acute shortage of RAM for use in computers sent to schools throughout Africa. We have launched this special appeal to the public asking for people to donate any spare RAM they may have to us.

What is RAM?
RAM (random access memory) is the place in a computer where the operating system, application programs, and data in current use are kept so that they can be quickly reached by the computer’s processor.

RAM looks like this:

Example of RAM

What type of RAM do we need?
Camara needs all types of RAM from 64MB up.

Do Camara still want full working computers?
Yes, Camara always needs full working desktop and laptop computers that meet our minimum specification. These second hand computers will be given a second life in an school in Africa.

How to get RAM to Camara?
There are two ways to get your spare RAM to Camara:-
1) You can drop it into our workshop. Here are our opening hours.
2) You can post your spare RAM to Camara (The Digital Hub, 10-13 Thomas Street, Dublin 8 )