Our Work in the Rest of Africa

Since 2009 we have installed computers across the continent with several partner organisations. You can find out more about where we have supported IT projects by clicking on the links for each country below. 

Stent using a laptop at Otaakrom ICCES, Ghana

In 2009 we began supporting vocational colleges, known as ICCES in Ghana, with IT equipment.

We teamed up with Ubuntu Power and Amber Energy to develop a hybrid version of the SolarBerry in Kenya.

Computer literacy classes in Liberiain Liberia

In 2017, we worked with  YMCA Liberia to provide 500 computers to computer literacy programs in Liberia.

UK Jarra Association

We partnered with the UK Jarra Association to supply computers to create IT labs in the Gambia.

Ibba Girls School with laptops

We supported the Friends of Ibba Girls School in South Sudan with laptops for their new computer lab.

Rapberry Pi and monitor at Rukudzo Primary School

With the Baobab Tree Trust we are pioneering the use of Raspberry Pis to enable digital learning in Zimbabwe. 

Dr Endale enjoys his new laptop in Ethiopia

Through the NHS Glan Clwyd Hospital we have helped to provide IT resources to the Nigist Eleni Mohammed Hospital in Ethiopia. 

Student using computer lab at Nyungwe Community Day Secondary School

Our current focus is in Malawi, where we have been working with Computers for Enhanced Education (CEE) to provide technology-enabled education.

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Our work

Handover of SolarBerry to community at Choma

Our community-owned, off-grid computer laboratory powered by solar energy and 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.

Our current focus is in Malawi where we have been working since 2015 with our partners Computers for Enhanced Education (CEE).