Meet our students
Meet Jephtah, aged 18 years from Malawi
"I have learnt how to type and how to search for information for projects; computers will help me in my future job in engineering." This is the first time he has had access to a computer.
We are proud to open our 25th e-Learning lab
We are proud to have completed our 25th e-Learning lab in collaboration with the Tag Rugby Trust (TRT). This is our second IT lab project in Zimbabwe, providing IT access and digital skills training to vulnerable young girls in Harare. The lab has been installed at a specially built centre for girls at the Harare Sports Club. The centre, built by Tag Rugby Trust has computers and laptops for young girls who participate in Tag’s programmes as well as for the local community to use.
The project will deliver a significant improvement in both the quality and increased quantity of IT teaching for the densely populated area providing: Scheduled classroom style training sessions, bookable individual sessions, safe internet usage, teacher training and training programmes on general IT usage. We expect to see an increase in the number of users accessing employment/education/training courses.
Kohler Co chooses ITSA as charity partner
Kohler Co Global IT leadership team chose IT Schools Africa as their company volunteering partner. The team worked together with IT Schools Africa to refurbish and rebuild over 80 PCs that were donated by Kohler Co. These computers will be sustainably reused in African schools helping students to advance their education in a modern digital world.
“It was a truly inspirational event at ITSA. Well-done to the team “ Paul Ryan Chief Information Officer Kohler Co
“The Kohler Co Global IT Leadership team thoroughly enjoyed the challenge of refurbishing computers for IT Schools Africa during a company volunteering day. The event ended up being very competitive and great fun, and concluded with the completion of over 80 refurbished Kohler Co computers for donation that will make the their way to help educate less privileged children in schools in Africa.” Simon Ashley Manager - IT Operations & Infrastructure EMEA