8 Cybercafe Projects       View More

We found 8 Cybercafe projects. View all 232 projects About Cybercafe

How it works: A cybercafe can be as simple as a tiny room with a second-hand desktop, or it can be a larger facility with several computers, printers and videoconferencing equipment. The computers are connected to the internet by cable, or via USB keys that pick up data signals from local mobile phone networks. Browsing sessions are offered in timeslots, with the cheapest costing just a few cents.

Why it's important: Internet use is spreading rapidly in developing countries, especially among young adults in urban areas, who go online to study, search for jobs, and connect with friends and family. Most people do not have home computers, and depend on public cybercafes to access the internet. In places where books have always been scarce, the internet connects motivated individuals with a world of knowledge and opportunity that transcends their physical location.

What your loan can do: Cybercafe customers must often wait a long time for an available computer. A loan can allow a cybercafe owner to add one or more computers, doubling or tripling capacity.


Cybercafe
$106
Needed

Joscah Nyaata
Mbotela, Kenya

0% 
Funded
$106 
Still Needed
4
Days Left
Cybercafe
$965
Needed

Geofrey Siocha
Nakuru, Kenya

1% 
Funded
$965 
Still Needed
4
Days Left
Cybercafe Volunteer Mentor
$534
Needed

Sammy Koome
Mombasa, Kenya

4% 
Funded
$534 
Still Needed
9
Hours Left
Cybercafe
$87
Needed

Julia Wanjiru
Nyahururu, Kenya

0% 
Funded
$87 
Still Needed
6
Days Left
Cybercafe
$12
Needed

Peter Peter
Eldoret, Kenya

0% 
Funded
$12 
Still Needed
4
Days Left
Cybercafe
$98
Needed

Alice Charo
Malindi, Kenya

0% 
Funded
$98 
Still Needed
6
Days Left
Cybercafe
$33
Needed

Albert Esinyen
Nairobi, Kenya

2% 
Funded
$33 
Still Needed
3
Days Left
Cybercafe
$15
Needed

Asep Sumarna
Serang, Indonesia

6% 
Funded
$15 
Still Needed
15
Hours Left