The E-Reader Project received a warm welcome from students and teachers at Emilio De Carvalho Theological Institute in West Angola. The project’s team distributed more devices to the institute, provided training to first-year students, and checked in with other students who had received devices when the project first came to the school in May 2015.
Emilio De Carvalho was the first theological school founded in West Angola, beginning in 1989. Because of the civil war that lasted, with some interludes, until 2002, the institute was closed and then transferred to Luanda. Only last year was the institute able to return to Uige Province. It currently enrolls 24 students and seven teachers.
Some second-year students from Bishop Emilio de Carvalho Theological Institute in Uige Province in West Angola, Africa, shared their thoughts about receiving Kindles from the E-Reader Project and the impact the devices have made to their studies: