Location: South Africa

  • Employee Volunteers From Zendesk Impact Learners In South Africa and India

    Continued Corporate Social Impact with a Valued Partner Zendesk, a company providing software-as-a-service products, is a Team4Tech corporate partner, supporting our work accelerating impact for education-focused NGOs. Since their first engagement with Team4Tech in 2021, Zendesk employee volunteers have contributed to meaningful social impact through many exciting projects all over the world, including: In 2023,…




  • CASME Learners Participate in Digital World

    Inclusive Hybrid Learning Models in South Africa UNESCO claims that the current rates of educational access in sub-Saharan Africa are among the lowest in the world due to a shortage of technology and school equipment especially with the pandemic. The Centre for the Advancement of Science and Mathematics Education (CASME) is combating this by taking…


  • STEM Training in Ghana’s Education System with Africa ICT Right

    Ghana’s Digital Divide Underserved communities in Ghana face significant challenges in providing children and adolescents with the inaccessibility to personal computers, mobile phones and internet technologies as the distribution of these tools are critical. Even more, UNICEF estimates that 2 in 3 children and young people aged 25 years or less do not have internet…


  • Returning to School Amidst Covid-19

    By now, most schools are reopening and students are returning to school. Team4Tech recommends following safe reopening tips as laid out by the CDC and the WHO. Tips discussed include staggering the beginning and end of the school day, bringing students to school in cohorts, strictly enforcing the proper use of cloth face coverings, canceling…

    Students looking at touchscreen tablet outside

  • Overcoming Cycles of Marginalization in South Africa with LEAP Science and Math Schools

    Project Type: Virtual or On-site When: April to May, or July to mid-September South Africa is one of the most unequal societies in the world – more than a third of the country’s population live in need. Most schooling currently available to South African children is inadequate, perpetuating academic deficit and ignoring the development of…

    Students and teachers outside next to colorful wall that quotes Dr. Seuss

  • Launching a robotics club in South Africa

    Goal: T4T work setting up a new maker space and IT systems and training teachers on technology usage will help establish the LEAP 4 School and set it up for future successes.   Background: In South Africa, the education system is estimated to produce just one university graduate for every 100 children who start Grade…


  • Piloting Maker spaces in South Africa

    Goal: To Spearhead LEAP’s strategy for developing their youth’s head, heart, and hands by further integrating technology and maker spaces into the curriculum Background: In South Africa, the education system is estimated to produce just one university graduate for every 100 children who start Grade 1. Youth unemployment rate is close to 50% and 8.3…


  • Building Creative Confidence with Students in South Africa

    But having the technology is only half the battle. Teaching people HOW to use it, which implies that it first must be working properly, and helping them reach the point where they WANT to use it, is where the idea for the Makupula E-Club comes in.