Since 2013, Team4Tech has advanced the quality of education through technology solutions and training for
reached by 25 nonprofit partners in 18 countries.
Team4Tech’s 2019 Impact Report
Read about how Team4Tech enabled education nonprofits around the world to build capacity and expand opportunities for underserved learners.
Team4Tech Measures Impact Across Four Outcomes
In just one year, the number of STEM student exhibitions grew 40% at Gashora Girls Academy of Science and Technology in Rwanda.
92% of Team4Tech teachers report increased productivity due to improved technology skills, allowing them more time to focus on student learning.
72% of LEAP Science and Maths Schools students now attend university, compared to less than 5% of black South African students nationally.
Sustainability & Scale
Team4Tech partnered with CARE to integrate technology into rural schools in Cambodia. The Ministry of Education plans to scale the program across all Cambodian schools by 2025.
Building Nonprofit Capacity
In Vietnam, Team4Tech has contributed more than $100,000 in technology grants and $1M in pro bono services to support Kidspire. As a result, Kidspire students are now staying in school longer and getting better jobs. 33% of Kidspire’s graduates attend university, compared to less than 1% of children in government orphanages.
Empowering Learners with Tech Skills
In Rwanda, after hearing of a classmate’s police bribery incident, Angela and her friends used technology skills to fight back by creating and patenting the AKAPP (Anti Korruption App). Angela shared, “Team4Tech opened our eyes to the influence of technology. The workshops proved to us that technology can help solve the world’s problems.”
After his project in Uganda, Nick, a Team4Tech Fellow from Cadence Design Systems, joined the board of Women in Tech Uganda (WITU) and helped them launch a microloan program for women entrepreneurs. The project aims to reach 200 young people (70% women) through training and connect at least 50 to dignified work opportunities.