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.
This video by CNN explains the story behind TechLit through the eyes of our founder Nelly Cheboi.
The cost of computer classes varies by region. In Kenya, it costs about 100 Kenyan shillings per kid per month. Our current rate schedules are here.
We charge schools for the full cost of the program, because we want tech literacy to be a part of school for the long-term. Read more about why we charge schools here.
Yes! Nelly manages our WhatsApp business phone in Kenya. You can contact Nelly Cheboi for answers: