Computer for Rami
Rami, 67, lives on his own in a 24-meter apartment. He has one grown daughter who lives abroad, and they are estranged.
Rami lives off of a monthly government stipend.
Two years ago, social services provided Rami with a second-hand computer. He took two courses in order to learn basic computer skills. He also had a student volunteer who would come over to help him.
Rami’s computer was his lifeline to the outside world. It served as his television and radio; he used it to book his medical appointments and communicated with others via email.
Rami’s old computer is now broken beyond repair; if he could get help buying a new one, his quality of life would significantly improve.