WHO SUPPORTS US
Cleansing Service Group
Waste management specialist Cleansing Service Group (CSG) has donated over 100 computers to help further the education of children in Africa. Resulting from an in-house technology refresh, the PC’s have been donated to Computers 4 Africa, a social enterprise which sends unwanted computers to some of the world’s poorest nations.
Since being founded in 1987, NCS has grown to become one of the largest specialist providers of network and cabling services in Southern England. Nowadays, NCS Technology supplies and installs a vast selection of electrical and communications equipment and systems as well, so the original ‘NCS’ (Networking & Cabling Solutions) branding has morphed into ‘NCS Technology’, reflecting the type of products, services, and skills NCS now offers.
Business over Breakfast
Business over Breakfast is delighted to partner Computers 4 Africa to help them achieve their goal of positively improving the lives of many children overseas through the use of technology
Business over Breakfast (BoB Clubs) have many clubs throughout the UK and the approach and culture is so different to the way many businesses have networked in the past. For more information please visit the website www.bobclubs.com
Thare Machi Education
Thare Machi Education believe that education saves lives and, as such, pioneer new, robust, simple teaching technologies at village level in developing countries. As a result of this, they have formed a partnership with Computers 4 Africa to supply interactive healthcare DVDs with shipments of computers.
The South West Grid for Learning
The South West Grid for Learning is a not for profit, charitable trust company, funded by 15 Local Authorities across South West England.
Footsteps International is committed to helping some of the planet’s most disadvantaged children. Working primarily in Kenya, Footsteps International helps rehabilitate street children, runs a home for orphaned and abandoned children, and provided support to encourage and strengthen education of children living in Nairobi’s slums.
We are delighted to be working with some excellent partners in our quest to provide computers to African schools that will help their students work their way out of poverty. Here you can find out more about these amazing individuals and organisations.
Footsteps is a charity that focuses on changing the lives of children living in the desperately poor communities around Kisumu, near Lake Victoria in Kenya. It is run entirely voluntarily. Footsteps works with Computers 4 Africa to provide equipment across Kenya acting as a base for our projects in Kenya. Check them out on www.footstepsinternational.org
Helps International (HINT) Cameroon works to improve the social and economic well-being and health of the poor and underprivileged in society through education, skills development and job creation. Find out more about their work on their website.
Digital Pipeline Africa
Digital Pipeline Africa runs an E-waste Management Program that focuses on safe and environmentally friendly disposal of computer and electronic hardware. Metals and plastics derived from decommissioned computers and parts of the same are recycled locally, while decommissioned monitors are re-shipped overseas to various partners who have the capacity to legally and safely dispose of them.