Following our recent partnership with Covestro we’ve been fortunate enough to receive a donation of a-ACADEMY Primary School to teach English and Science from Avallain Foundation. This software will be installed on our next batch of IT equipment making its way to schools across Northern Malawi, strengthening our eLibrary by giving teachers top quality offline resources. … Continue reading Turing Trust and Avallain Foundation
We have been shortlisted for the 2017 Royal Bank of Scotland Great British Entrepreneur Awards in the Entrepreneur for Good of the Year award. We’ve beaten off some tough competition in order to make the regional shortlist, with over 1000 businesses entering the awards nationally across the wide range of categories. Now in its fifth year, … Continue reading We’ve Been Shortlisted!
We are delighted to announce that our latest shipment of IT equipment has arrived in Malawi: Our new partner Covestro donated 500 refurbished laptops as part of a long term engagement. These PCs will be used to give children access to IT education and a wealth of offline resources with our eLibrary to support their … Continue reading Fostering Education in Partnership with Covestro
For the past three to four busy months Turing Trust has been working on filling a shipment of technology to be sent to Liberia. This will be Turing Trust’s third shipment this year to Africa and is happening in tandem with YMCA Liberia, supported by Y Care International. The computers will support YMCA computer literacy programs in Liberia. … Continue reading Liberia with the YMCA
Aberdeen-headquartered digital learning technologies company Atlas Knowledge has donated 58 computers to a charity which helps school children in remote communities of Africa to learn new skills. The eLearning solutions provider is the first company from the oil and gas sector to work with The Turing Trust. The charity aims to bridge the digital divide … Continue reading Atlas and the Turing Trust
A fantastic group of our volunteers helped us to update our e-library in line with the Ghanaian curriculum