Founded in 2004, EduNations' mission is to connect resources from affluent societies with "the needs of the most under-resourced, rural regions in Sierra Leone, West Africa to provide education, opportunity, and hope." With this, the organization creates schools in Sierra Leone that become self-supporting beacons of growth and learning. EduNations has 15 schools in six different communities, with over 100 teachers and staff serving roughly 3,000 students. These schools also function as centers for community development, offering clean water, health education, AIDS prevention, adult education, future vocational training, and more. EduNations is a recognized non-government organization (NGO) in Sierra... The Maisha Foundation
Located in Kagadi, Uganda, the Maisha Foundation believes that "every child; irrespective of their background, deserves the right to free education, free food and water, and a safe place to stay." With this, the foundation aims to break the cycle of poverty by: establishing preschool, elementary, and secondary school programs to ensure children have access to education up to the age of 18,
offering sponsorship programs to cover additional school fees,
providing a nursery, orphanage, and boarding school to ensure children reside in safe environments,
feeding children at least two nutritious meals per day,
... Working toward our mission to establish a computer literate world where the benefits of technology are shared by all, Computer Reach recently developed a new partnership with Pittsburgh-based nonprofit, The Functional Literacy Ministry of Haiti (FLM Haiti). Working "under the auspices of l’Alliance d’Action Chrétienne, a nonprofit certified by the Haitian government as a nongovernmental organization," FLM Haiti works in partnership with the Haitian people to provide "health care, education, trade skills, and employment to improve the quality of life in the communities" they serve. With 70+ adult literacy centers in over 11 communities... Loading our vehicles for the drive on May 5th, Computer Reach visited the Butler Area School District to deliver 12 iMac All-in-One Desktop Monitors. This donation was in an effort to support students' digital success in the classroom, made possible through a charitable donation made by the Estate of Margery L. Himes. Thank you to the Estate of Margery L. Himes for making this donation possible and for enriching the lives of students. Computer Reach will work to assist schools with their new technology, providing one year of free phone support provided by our Executive Director, Dave... Inaccessible technology remains a prevalent challenge for individuals and communities around the globe. Although access connects users to many benefits, such as paying bills online, streaming videos, or shopping worldwide, Sister Zeph, Founder and Chairperson of the Zephaniah Women's Education & Empowerment (ZWEE) Foundation, says that access to technology represents something bigger: a voice. In 1997, Sister Zeph was a 13-year-old girl living in a slum area of rural Pakistan facing challenges at home and in society, including physical violence and discrimination at school. Because of this, at 13, she decided to leave school...