Oxford University donates computers to IT Schools Africa to enable quality education for students
15th April 2019
Oxford University donated obsolete, working IT equipment to IT Schools Africa for sustainable reuse to help provide increased access to e-Learning technology for African students. This will offer life enhancing knowledge and skills, access to further education and improved employment opportunities.
D. Gridley, Dept. of Humanities, Oxford University said: “We have been using IT Schools Africa for a number of years and we are delighted that our computers will benefit African students and advance education and future life prospects for less fortunate students. “ IT Schools Africa offers us a secure, quality IT disposal service and I would suggest more universities consider donating . “
IT Schools Africa´╗┐´╗┐ ´╗┐is proud to be a long-term strategic partner of the EAUC (The Alliance for Sustainability Leadership in Education) based on our joint vision that education has a unique opportunity to transform lives and communities.
The EAUC commented that: “We believe that education is at the heart of global sustainability and we were so glad to see that our strategic partners and members collaborate for such a noble cause. Amidst growing environmental challenges, sustainable consumption, production and disposal are critical to enable a better future. We are proud to be collaborating with IT Schools Africa in their mission to transform lives through access to e-Learning and their contribution to the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals by enabling quality education.”
IT Schools Africa (ITSA) based in Gloucestershire is a UK-registered charity operating in Africa and the UK with a mission to transform lives through access to e-Learning. They are contributing to the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals by enabling quality education.
They have collected over 90,000 computers and laptops in the UK and are always in need of good quality working IT equipment to meet the high demand of their projects. IT Schools Africa is registered with the Environment Agency and is WEEE compliant, data security being their Number 1 priority and all PCs and laptops are wiped using specialist NCSC (part of GCHQ) accredited data erasure software.
For further information about the work of IT Schools Africa Tel 01242 228800 – or firstname.lastname@example.org