Our Aim

The Turing Trust believes in a world of equal opportunity, with technology-enabled education for all. We provide reused IT equipment, loaded with educational resources, and training to schools in sub-Saharan Africa.

Alan Turing, often thought of as the father of the computer, realised that it was a tool to help solve problems. Whilst the information age can bring significant benefits – it is vital that none are left behind.

The Turing Trust, founded by Alan Turing’s closest family, believes that bridging the digital divide in Africa would be a truly fitting way to honour his remarkable legacy.

Our work

Akoako ICT resource centre


We have been delivering ICT resources to the ICCES (Integrated Community Centres for Employable Skills) and selected Primary and Junior High Schools since 2009.

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Our self-financing, community-owned, off-grid computer laboratory powered by solar energy and delivering educational resources with low energy Raspberry Pi computers.

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LIdoma Private Secondary School


We have been working with Centre for Youth and Development in Mzuzu since 2015 to provide technology-enabled education in schools in the Northern Region of Malawi.

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Students celebrating the opening of the computer laboratory at Afoako ICCES

Over 4000 computers in classrooms

We have supported hundreds of schools in Ghana, Liberia and Malawi with computers.

25,000 students impacted in Africa

We have directly supported thousands of students in Ghana and Malawi to become IT literate.

Over 450 teachers trained

We train teachers on basic computer maintenance and using computers to support their teaching.

Over 2000 tonnes of carbon saved

Our IT reuse programme continues to generate environmental benefits, with a lifetime total of waste diverted and reused of 55 tonnes, and carbon savings of 2,081 tonnes.