Primary Schools Students at Logiri Primary in Mogotio at TechLit computer lab learning Digital Literacy

Computer Classes for Primary Schools

Effective Digital Training for Young Students

We teach computer classes in rural African primary schools. Our goal is to equip primary school students with digital skills that unlock global opportunities.

What Does TechLit Africa Do?

Rural Africans lack opportunities to make a living. We equip kids in primary schools with digital skills, because digital skills can provide global opportunities.

TechLit teaches computer classes in rural African primary schools.

In 2021, we began computer classes in 10 primary schools in Mogotio and Mombasa, Kenya to bring computer lessons to 4,000 students. We are now selecting our next 100 schools across all of rural Kenya, to reach another 40,000 students.

Why Does TechLit Teach Digital Skills?

TechLit Africa was founded in 2018 by two software engineers from opposite backgrounds. Their backgrounds in technology and corporate America inspired them put used computers to work teaching digital skills.

Watch Our CNN Heroes Feature

This video by CNN explains the story behind TechLit through the eyes of our founder Nelly Cheboi.