Innovation & Technology
TTI Foundation plans to partner with Universities and institutions of higher learning to develop web-based education programs to be made accessible to rural students. This strategy will boost computer literacy, enable post-secondary students to advance their education, and allow rural girls who may be struggling to go to school to continue their education at any level.
Matau Solar Energy Project
Investment in solar energy is one of the best options for providing electricity in Zimbabwe today. While a few of our schools have access to a few shared computers, electricity continues to be scarce and unreliable. Electricity is needed not only to power computers at our schools, but also for lights and other basic instruction equipment.
Providing our schools with solar energy will give students an enhanced learning environment, including access to online learning programs to prepare them for today’s modern world. Also by providing scholarships to girls while increasing their computer literacy, they will be more likely to provide a better future for themselves and their families.
The Matau Solar Energy Project has been established to install solar panels at our schools in order to address the educational challenges outlined.
Investment in solar energy is one of the best options for providing electricity in rural Zimbabwe today.
The Solar Project is established to install solar panels at our schools in order to address the educational challenges outlined.
Provision of scholarship opportunities and equipment that leads to increased computer literacy will give girls the opportunity that they need to provide a better future for themselves and their families.