Kids learn to use computers in Kenyan primary schools with TechLit Africa.

Digital skills provide global opportunities

Rural Africans lack opportunities to make a living.

Digital skills unlock global potential.


We teach computer classes in rural Africa schools.

There are more remote jobs than there are local jobs anywhere. We prepare our students to be productive online, because remote work can lift their communities out of poverty.


We're in 10 schools in rural Kenya, teaching 4,000 kids.

We want to be in 100 more schools by the end of 2022, teaching another 40,000 kids.

Experience our work with this music video, performed and produced by our teachers and students.

Dogo Flower performs TechLit Africa with teachers and students in Mogotio Kenya.


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