World Bank,Namibia 2007.

Electricity use in classroom to support use of information technology in Namibia. Photo John Hogg  World Bank

Electricity use in classroom to support use of information technology in Namibia. Photo John Hogg World Bank

Ondangwa lies in Owambo in the north of Namibia. It is a small town that exists mainly on the main road running through the centre. There are markets, businesses as well as new shopping centres along the road. It is a curious mixture of old and new, rural life and modern life clinging to the main arterial route in the area. Oneputa, a little way out of town, is one of the many and typical areas/villages that dot the landscape. The Oneputa Combined School goes from Grade 1 through to Grade 10. The computer section, where students often have to double up in class.