IT schools Africa is a charity founded in 2004. Their mission is to create positive lives through education, by providing access to e-Learning to schools throughout Africa.
This facilitates children’s education,enhances their job prospects and helps transform the wider African economy.
Mrs Clayton, as network manager for the school has been supporting IT Schools for around 10 years by donating old computer equipment and recently received the following news:
“You’ll be pleased to know that some of the computer equipment you donated to IT Schools Africa was sent to Chibolya Memorial Primary School, Mazabuka, Zambia. The school will benefit hugely from the equipment; giving more children an education in IT and equipping them with the essential IT skills they need to go on to further education and to access better paid job.
In 2015 we shipped 5,136 computers and laptops to Africa, to one of our three country programmes in Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe. In 2016 we aim to send 7,500! Without your donation and others like it, these shipments simply would not be possible. We are extremely grateful for your generosity and support.
We are another step closer to reducing the digital divide between developed and developing nations, transforming IT education. You can read about more about our projects in Africa here.”