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Update: Computers For East Timor Project

Thanks to all who have continued to help this project since our last update. Computer hardware and software is still being collected for the Project and sent on to East Timor. At the moment, monitors are particularly required - currently the Project has 15 computers without screens. For details of other computer hardware and software required, see the earlier messages at

< http://www.converge.org.nz/pma/a120100.htm >

If you can have equipment or supplies to donate, please contact the Computers for East Timor Project, Stuart Sontier, < stu@ihug.co.nz >

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