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Information Technology is a fantastic educational tool. We are passionate about making IT available to everyone and bridging the digital divide. We are available for comments, interviews, multimedia content and a wealth of information.


Successfully incorporating IT in the classroom enables young people to get the digital skills they need to take advantage of the digital age. We want to make sure that young people across Africa have the opportunity to gain digital literacy and raise awareness of the widening digital divide which sees many African students being left behind.

Check out some of the articles about our work below.

The Times logo

May 2017
Turing’s story boosts Africa charity


DIGIT logo

March 2018
Here’s How to Help ALL the Teachers Using Blackboards to Teach I.T.


IBM Research Africa logo
May 2017

Q&A with the Great Nephew of Alan Turing


University of Edinburgh logo

January 2018
Cracking the code to supporting technology in African schools
January 2017
Support for African IT charity made easy


International Business Times logo

August 2017
Have an old PC to spare? Help Alan Turing’s family bring computing to rural African schools.


Huffington post UK logo
November 2016
The Social Enterprise Fulfilling Alan Turing’s Legacy
March 2017
Why Alan Turing’s Family Charity Is Putting Computers In African Schools


Future Scot logo
October 2016
Exporting sunshine to Africa
May 2017  
Turing Talks combine tech and development to change our world


Aberdeen evening express logo
June 2017
Aberdeen firm donates computers to help pupils in remote Africa


University of Edinburgh Business school

November 2016
Edinburgh PhD scoops Clinton Foundation award


If you need more information the don’t hesitate to contact us. We have also put together a media pack with some of the salient facts and figures.

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