The Internet has become such an integral part of our lives that it is hard to imagine one day or even an hour without Internet access. However, in many countries, the Internet is a luxury not many people can afford. For example, Shammah High School, Luwero, Uganda. The school, located in one of Uganda’s poorest regions, obviously has a lot of ICT challenges that include, but are not limited to reliable, working computers. Most of the computers at the school can’t work efficiently because most of their fans (and a few other parts) don’t work. The working computers don’t have internet connectivity and rarely used. With the cost of connecting cable to the provider and paying monthly fees, Internet access had been an absolute impossibility for the school. Thankfully, Distance Teaching and Mobile Learning is donating 1 year of internet access to Shammah High School and delivering set of new computers to the school.