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.
“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 dedicated team members in action deploying computer labs at schools.
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
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:
Run 41 x network cables across the classroom, 41 x Mount single wall boxes to the tables
Cable numbering and naming, Patch Panel punch down and connections, Wall Box punch down and mount
40 X AI0 computers for the learners, 1 x AI0 computer for the Teacher
40 x MS Office to the learner’s AI0 computers, 1 x MS Office for the Teacher’s AI0 computer
40 x learner’s AI0 classroom management system, 1 x teacher’s AI0 as classroom management system server