TechSoup through its local outfit TechSoup Kenya has started an initiative that will help local non-profits access software with the Computer for Schools Kenya (CFSK) acting as the manager of the programme.
According to TechSoup which already has a presence in over 53 countries around the globe, the significant role which non-profits perform has increased the need for them to have their capacity strengthened to be able to manage, implement and integrate ICT in their daily duties.
Through the programme, non-profits in
TechSoup, which has offices in
TechSoup VP for Africa David Banner said that the partnership with CFSK will particularly solve the problem in
This is given that the organization has contributed to the distribution of over 120,000 computers in over 8500 educational and learning institutions in
Other partners in the program include
"The TechSoup technology donation programme is already making a significant contribution to the work of the non-profit sector in sector in many parts of the world and we are excited about its potential impact in
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