We are very passionate about making a difference through Education in Africa where there is a chronic need for computers in schools.
We believe that children with access to quality education through technology become lifelong learners, transform their communities, break the cycle of poverty and experience life in all its fullness.
Be a Sponsor and Donate Today
By donating a Computer, we can help children to be geared with soft skills and basic computer fundamentals, as well as, kitting out their learning centre with computer hardware to assist in learning these skills which will have a positive impact when they one day apply for jobs.
We’re also offering a service whereby we will refurbish your Computer/s for FREE! You can select a School of your choice from our list of schools in need.
Simply Fill in Your details in the below form and we will contact you.
“Through education, the daughter of a peasant can become a doctor, the son of a mineworker can become the head of the mine and a child of a farm worker can become the president of a great nation”- Nelson Mandela
Young people are the backbone of society. Their participation in all aspects of society is important. It is only by working together and inspiring one another that we will build “the Africa we want”. Better Society, Better Country, Better World.
When schools & communities work together to support learning, everyone benefits. Education plays a significant role in improving the socio-economic conditions of individuals and communities.
The principle of Ubuntu encompasses the ideals of humanity, compassion & service to others. Leadership is shown by a commitment to honesty, sincerity, truthfulness, compassion, empathy, dignity, & respect for others.
Our Sponsors, SITA Aero and South African Airways have made all of these School Projects possible through their dedicated, heartfelt sponsorship which enables the creation of Computer Labs in various schools.
These sponsorships transform dusty rooms filled with old computer shells into a state of the art facility. These bright, inspirational learning spaces, kitted out with the latest equipment will enable learners to break the digital divide and learn to become young coders, engineers and hopefully a few aviation experts!
Our dedicated team members in action deploying computer labs at schools.
MES Homeless Shelter| Johannesburg, South Africa
MES works with the vision to empower people holistically to live independent, sustainable and meaningful lives to create a space where hope is possible.
A space where positive values and norms are nurtured. A space where the disempowered are empowered. This happens through donations to Protect the Destitute.
SITA funded this Computer Lab as a way to lead the Homeless towards entrepreneurship in a Covid World. Training will also be provided so that human potential can be developed.
Our Installation Work Included the following:
- 1 x Projector Screen
- 1 x HP 137FNW Mono MFP
- 1 x Optoma X341 XGA 3300L HDMI Pro
- 4 x Lenovo Wireless Mouse N3903 Red
- 10 x Logitech Corded Mouse M90
- 10 x HP 250 G7 Intel Core i3 1005U 4GB DDR4 2666
- 14 x Bundle Microsoft AIO Keyboard, Microsoft Office 365 Home, Mcafee Internet Security
Mzokhanyo High School | Eastern Cape, South Africa
Mzokhanyo High School is a no-fee paying school situated in the poor township of Gompo in East London.
The school had 863 learners in 2017 when the computer lab was developed.
The school will be introducing Information technology (IT) as part of the curriculum becoming the first no-fee paying school in the Eastern Cape to offer IT as a subject
Academia Primary School | Khayelitsha, Cape Town, South Africa
Khayelitsha is one of the poorest areas of Cape Town with 70% of the residents living in shacks and 40% being under the age of 19.
Academia Primary educates 557 primary school children and attains a strong pass rate making it an appealing school within this impoverished community.
The Academia Primary ICT Lab is the seventh school Lab funded by SITA, the worlds leading air transport IT and communications specialist.
Phumlani School | Gauteng, South Africa
Phumlani Secondary School is located in Katlehong township, Gauteng and was founded in 1993 when there was great violence in the Katlehong township area.
The Red in the school colours represents the blood that was shed and the White is to represent HOPE.
The school consists of 1700 Learners and with discipline being the main pillar of this school, the Principal Mr Shumi Shongowe encourages the learners to always aim to achieve a 100% pass rate.
To the Teacher’s in this school, teaching is a “Calling” to make a difference in the lives of these children.
Our Installation Work Included the following:
1 x AIO computer for Teacher
1 x MS Office for Teacher’s AIO Computer
1 x Teacher’s AIO Classroom Management System Server
40 x Learner’s AIO Classroom Management System
40 x MS Office to Learner’s AIO Computers
41 x Mounted Single Wall Boxes to Tables
41 x Network Cables across Classroom
40 X AIO Computers for Learners
Wall Box punch-down and Mount
Cable Numbering and Naming
Patch Panel punch-down and Connections
“Be the Change you wish to see in the World”- Mahatma Gandhi
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