The DigiBus project is run by Cheltenham based charity, IT Schools Africa, with a mission to transform lives through access to and improved use of digital technology.
Established in 2004, initially to refurbish used computers for schools in Africa, we have saved over 100,000 computers from landfill, given over 5.3 million school children access to a digital education and set up a successful local community programme, TECH Connect Community.
Since 2017, we have helped over 17,000 Gloucestershire learners with digital skills and supported more than 100 local charity and community-based organisations through donations of refurbished IT equipment.
Our research shows that there are still many harder to reach members of the local community that can benefit from our work, and the DigiBus is a way to bring us closer.
IT Schools Africa
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