West Africa Project
London Computer Recycling are proud partners of the Rhoda youth centre in West Africa; Rhoda Youth Centre is a non-profit organization that was founded on April 2006, It is registered with Cooperate Affairs Commission (C.A.C) as a non-governmental, non -profit organization. Since its launch in 2006 Rhoda youth centre has been a success story helping hundreds of young people in West Africa giving them the opportunity to access technology and training centers at zero cost which would have otherwise been inaccessible and unaffordable for the millions of unemployed, uneducated youths in West Africa.
The Balkans Project
The Yugoslav Wars were a series of wars, fought throughout the former Yugoslavia from 1991 to 1995 — and then again from 1998 until 1999/2001.
The most devastating conflict in Europe since the end of World War II; The most recent research places the number of people killed at around 100,000–110,000 and the number of people displaced at over 2.2 million.
London Computer Recycling research and development team identified the Balkans as a region which could greatly benefit from our international development program. Our research officers located poorly equipped educational institutions that would greatly benefit from our refurbished I.T equipment program.
Angelina Jolie touched our souls’ – Bosnia’s rape victims have their say
A year after it was banned from filming, a private screening of Jolie’s In the Land of Blood and Honey wins praise from women victims of the 1991-95 Bosnia war for illuminating their plight