Following a recent refurbishment, Amplicon were keen to find a new use for a large number of monitors that would have otherwise been recycled for materials such as plastic and metal. For this reason, we decided to donate our redundant working equipment to Computers 4 Africa.
Computers 4 Africa is a registered charity with their central processing unit in Kent. Their mission is to help lift Africa out of the poverty trap by equipping the next generation with the technology and support to work in a global environment, bridging the gap between less economically developed countries and the rest of the world.
Amplicon is proud to support a charity that works so hard to make modern IT available to those whom do not have easy access to technology, greatly enhancing their ability to learn, work and progress.
Helen Gallagher, Head of Administration at Computers4Africa said:
“Over 1.8 million children in Africa have received an IT education thanks to Computers 4 Africa. We can only do this because of the generosity of our donors. Computers 4 Africa recently received a donation of computer equipment from Amplicon. This equipment will go to school and NGO projects in Africa and will make a huge difference to the lives of the people who receive it. We are proud to be collaborating with Amplicon and thanks to their donation we will be able to make a difference to the IT education of 120 African children.”