CompuKids Reaching Out

October 24, 2016
  • At CompuKids we believe that the skills we provide should be accessible to all kids, regardless of their economic backgrounds. Every child deserves a chance to learn, to create, to achieve. It is really important to us to give back to communities, and to deliver the vital skills and principles embedded in coding and technology.

    Unfortunately, not all parents and schools can afford to provide their kids with tech skills, so we partner with visionary and forward-thinking people and organizations to reach out to the communities in need. Giving kids in these communities a chance to experience the exciting world of Game and Mobile App Development will not only teach them new skills but will also show them that the world is filled with possibilities and they need to reach for the stars despite their circumstances. 

    jnisa-logo-minIn our latest community project, CompuKids has partnered with Jamaa’atun Nisa to provide Coding and Tech Classes to over 300 underprivileged learners, most of whom are from the Umlazi area in Durban. 

    Jamaa’atun Nisa, which means Women’s Forum, is an organization that is run by a group of visionary women who are passionate about uplifting communities, paying particular attention to women and children. Their focus is on empowerment through skills, and they’ve identified CompuKids as an ideal partner to work with due to the types of courses we offer.

    The classes will take place on Saturdays, commencing on 29 October 2016, and will run through 2017.


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