Working under a WorldTeach contract, I am living and working at Lano Primary School in Onayena, Namibia. Onayena is a small town approximately 50miles from the Angolan border. The town consists of a government clinic, a post office, a police station, a few shops selling basic goods, a primary school, a secondary school and various homesteads. Homesteads are properties consisting of a cement building and huts (either for living or storage) enclosed by a stick fence for security. Having achieved independence from South African rule in 1991, Namibia is struggling to achieve sustainable levels of development. According to the United Nations Development Index, which ranks countries according to factors such as social progress, economics, equity and human security, Namibia ranks 125th out of 177 countries studied, which exemplifies it’s decrepit condition. The Ministry of Education is working towards providing a quality education for all Namibian children, but it is falling short in resources. Lano Primary School, a private school in Onayena, receives little government funding so all of the development funds come from the children’s school fees. Lano P.S. is a school that strives to provide excellence in education to all learners. Last year, the school placed fourth in the Oshikoto region according to their end of the year exam results. With the increased price of food (Lano P.S. is a boarding school) it is difficult for the administration to spend money on the necessary school resources. While Lano P.S. does have one computer that the learners use, it is very slow and outdated and it is logistically challenging trying to give all learners adequate computer time. I am a suitable person to solve this problem because I understand the value and importance of sustainability and how it must be incorporated into the life of the project. I am having the principal contribute 25% to the total cost of the computers and the Head of Department at the school is the owner of an internet café/computer seminar course so he will be able to maintain the computers once my contract with World Teach is complete.