News from Malawi
An interview with Knowledge N’gambi, the Computer Studies Teacher at Robert Laws Secondary School, about the impact of computers in the school.
The Turing Trust has now expanded its activities in Malawi to support universities as well as schools with computers.
We have been delighted to be featured by several prominent newspapers in recognition of our first Small Charities Challenge Fund project funded by the UK’s
We are delighted that another shipment of 1533 computers and accessories has arrived in Mzuzu, Malawi.
Elness Simwera, top of her class in ICT, talks about how important it is for girls in Malawi to learn to use computers.
Students from Chibavi Community Day Secondary School awarded bronze medals at the African Science Buskers Festival.
Our container containing 1600 PCs and accessories arrived in Mzuzu, Malawi and was unloaded in a single day!
Join us in tracking the progress of our largest container ever, with 1600 computers for schools in Malawi, on its journey.
Our first Code Club in Malawi has been set up at Robert Laws Secondary School in the Mzimba district.
The Turing Trust, working with our partners, the Centre for Youth and Development, is now the first Code Club Growth Leader in Malawi.
The Turing Trust were delighted to be awarded a grant from the Scottish Government to support girls in Malawi to learn digital skills.