See Our Projects

With our 20 years’ experience, we have enabled 15 million people around the globe to directly access and learn how to apply technology to benefit their lives. Our impact is thanks to our network of on-the-ground partners who implement and support our projects. Over the years we have grown our monitoring and evaluation expertise to better understand the impact of technology on personal goals of individuals and communities, and the wider impact on development.

Zimbabwe eClasses: preparing schools for ICDL eLearner certification

10 schools in rural Harare, Zimbabwe, have been equipped with eClasses bringing access to technology for 2,000 students in its first phase, and 12,000

Solar Learning Lab – Diepsloot School – South Africa

The Solar Learning Lab, or ZubaBox has been installed at Diepsloot School South Africa, creating a unique space for learning, and the opportunity for

Solar Learning Lab – Bokamoso School, Tembisa – South Africa

The Solar Learning Lab, or ZubaBox, has been installed at Bokamoso School, Tembisa, South Africa, creating a unique space for learning, and the oppor

Making e-learning accessible in Sierra Leone

10 eClasses are being launched in Sierra Leone,  across primary and secondary schools located in the Moyamba District. READ MORE

Ethiopia: Equipping teachers with 21st century skills

The Amhara e-Classes project has established eClasses (with 21 PCs each), across 25 schools in the Amhara region of Ethiopia. In total, the program ha

Agri-Hubs in Nigeria

Computer Aid in conjunction with the Initiative for Food, Environment and Health Society (IFEHS) has equipped one “Agri-hub” centre within Anambra

Gender Equality at University of Zimbabwe

Research carried out by the University of Zimbabwe identified entrenched gender inequalities in the country’s higher learning institution. The resea

Chile – Digital Literacy Program

Last year the Foundation La Semilla in the North of Santiago recently received 6 computers and 1 notebook through our local partner Chilenter to run a

New Zambian – Champion better governance

Kiss Abraham wants to achieve freedom of expression in Zambia. Whilst the press is compromised and influenced by the local government, Kiss and his co

ZubaBox Kakuma – Connecting refugees to the World

ICT impacts our lives in many ways, and has had a massive benefits for society, the environment and its future. It would be hard to imagine living in