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

Afoako ICCES Ghana

Why Ghana?

In 2009, our founder James Turing travelled to Ghana to work in a rural school (Afoako ICCES).

The ICCES (Integrated Community Centres for Employable Skills), are vocational training colleges that teach practical skills to students ranging in age from 13-24 and come under the Ministry of Employment and Labour Relations.

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Sam and Eddie in Kumasi hub


Our main partner in Ghana, Edmund (Eddie) Pinto runs the Kumasi hub with technical support from Sam Edanake.

Eddie is also the Head of IT for the ICCES and so well placed to lead our operations in Ghana. He is in regular contact with all the ICCES and passionate about supporting the education of disadvantaged students.

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Ringing the bell for lessons at Ngleshie Amanfro ICCES


There are ICCES in all regions in Ghana, predominantly in rural areas. Most ICCES now have a computer laboratory. Those that don’t are currently working through the challenges of securing an appropriate building or electricity.

The map below gives more information about the individual ICCES.

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Opening of Afoako compuer lab


The Turing Trust was founded in 2009 with a mission to equip the ICCES in Ghana with computer laboratories. Since then we have come a long way, from just a few computers being sent to Afoako in 2010, to computer laboratories in 76 schools and ICCES in Ghana today.

This is all supported by regular training workshops for teachers.

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