Digital skills unlock global opportunities.
Currently, we have 4,000 students from 10 schools across rural Kenya. We are selecting our next 100 schools in Kenya, to prepare an additional 40,000 students.
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.
Watch Our CNN Heroes Feature
This video by CNN explains the story behind TechLit through the eyes of our founder Nelly Cheboi.
Empower Kids in Africa with Digital Skills
It costs about $50 for us to get a donated computer into a rural classroom. Once the classroom is set up, donations will help struggling schools pay local educators to supervise our classes.
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Because of your $50 monthly donation, we can deploy 12 more laptops to enable 240 more students every year.
Questions About TechLit Africa
What does TechLit mean?
The TechLit in TechLit Africa is short for Technologically Literate. When we founded TechLit in 2018, our goal was to foster a more technologically literate Africa.
Can I donate via check?
Yes! You can mail a check to our address:
P.O. Box 455
Can I have TechLit Africa in my school?
We're currently expanding to more schools in Kenya. If you would like to have TechLit in your community in Kenya, contact us on WhatsApp: +254 758 462 122
How can I meet Nelly Cheboi?
Nelly is eager and available for meetings. You can learn how to contact Nelly Cheboi here: https://techlitafrica.org/contact-nelly-cheboi
Does TechLit have any job vacancies?
Yes! We have open positions in Kenya. We are almost always hiring for these roles:
How can I get a job at TechLit Africa?
To learn more about working at TechLit, read our jobs page: https://techlitafrica.org/jobs