Technology Partnership’s mission is to build access to quality technology for students of all ages, in Meru, Kenya.

Our vision is to build 21st century learners who are savvy, critical thinkers with employable skills that can navigate technology and work collaboratively.

We believe that all students have the right to a quality education and that means being digitally literate. According to the United Nations, digital literacy is…the ability to access, manage, understand, integrate, communicate, evaluate and create information safely and appropriately through digital devices and networked technologies for participation in economic and social life. It includes competences that are variously referred to as computer literacy, ICT Information and Computer Technology) literacy, information literacy, and media literacy.”