One More Company Many More Helped

19/11/2013

 
Logistics Learning Alliance (LLA) has taken steps towards bridging the digital divide by donating their redundant but working computers to Computers 4 Africa.

Peter Jones, M.D said, “Since 2007, LLA has been working with many of the major aid agencies.  We have delivered a suite of training programmes to their logisticians, in the field supporting the response to many of the major calamities across the world.  From our regular contact with those on the ground, we know well the value of training and the difference that access to technology that we take for granted, can bring.  We are proud to be able to sponsor Computers 4 Africa in our own small way and know that the work they do will be tremendously appreciated by those who receive the donations.”One of Computers 4 Africa’s key aims is education through technology and this shared ethos makes this a particularly worthwhile partnership.

We were delighted to receive this donation; Computers 4 Africa offers free IT disposal, providing a service to the donor in the UK, whilst knowing their computers will be repurposed by children in Africa.  We are looking forward to a long relationship with the Logistics Learning Alliance and the companies they work with,” said Rob Schulz, Head of Business Management at Computers 4 Africa.

The service we offered to LLA was not only ethically sound but also completely WEEE complaint and at no cost to the donor.  Computers 4 Africa prides itself on being green and for reusing instead of recycling.

 

 
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