Sponsor Teacher Training

Training for the teachers in the schools receiving computers is essential to ensure that they make effective use of the resources we provide.

Few of the staff in the schools where we are setting up computer laboratories are confident in using and maintaining computers. They need support to make the best the use of computers in their lessons,  to help their students to acquire digital literacy and to enhance teaching and learning in all subjects.

The Turing Trust works with its partners in Malawi to deliver some basic training at the time of the set up of the computer laboratory and to deliver more detailed workshops for the teachers in each of the regions where we have equipped schools with computers.

Sponsorship of £5000 will provide:

Doreen Luhanga training teachers on a training day in Mzuzu

The salary of one of our crucial IT trainers

Vigilant Vjimbo travelling to one of our schools

Travel costs needed to run courses for teachers in all the regions we support

Your sponsorship will be acknowledged in the training materials used for each course run by the IT trainer, a set of photos from the training workshops the IT trainer has run, and a certificate of recognition.

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Our Work

Liningstonia Community Day Secondary School

Our current focus is in Malawi where we have been working with our partners, the Centre for Youth and Development, in Mzuzu since 2015 to provide technology-enabled education across the country.

Handover of the SolarBerry to the local community in Choma, Malawi

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

Volunteer refurbishing computers in Edinburgh


Our activities stem from our base in Edinburgh where we teach trainees how to refurbish IT equipment.

Student using a laptop at Otaakrom ICCES, Ghana

Since 2009 we have installed computers across the continent with a several partners organisations.