TechLit Africa
Fostering a more technologically literate Africa through educational programs in rural areas.
How does it work?
TechLit Africa is computer classes for rural african schools.
Why is it needed?
Rural africans lack opportunities to make a living. There are more remote jobs available online than local jobs available anywhere. TechLit students learn fundamental digital skills that will unlock global opportunities.
How does it improve life?
The TechLit in TechLit Africa is short for Technologically Literate, and the goal was to foster a more technologically literate Africa. The program currently has 4,000 students from 10 schools across rural Kenya, and are currently selecting the next 100 schools in Kenya to prepare an additional 40,000 students.