Changing lives in Freetown, Sierra Leone

The ecological architecture of the purpose built IT labs has been influenced by state of the art Thin Client desktops.

Ready for IT deployment

The IT labs now stand ready for the IT kit to be deployed in Sierra Leone

Will you be next to help?

Cabling and electrics paid for, supplied, & fitted thanks to the funds already raised by other ITAD customers.

Impact Statement - Sierra Leone current Project

PJ Cole – Queens Young Leader

Head of Lifeline Nehemiah School - Freetown, Sierra Leone
View biography on The Queen's Young Leaders

PJ worked from an early age to rebuild the lives of children in Sierra Leone.  At the age of 13 he was class teacher to over 60 children. He was part of the team that  founded the first social enterprises at Lifeline Nehemiah Project School, and is now the Exec Director – committed to lifelong betterment for young SL’s.

“We cannot deal with Poverty without addressing the digital divide

There is no better place to do this than at the very early stages – in schools – with SKILLS

Students graduating from University in Sierra Leone could not get work due to not having IT skills

In a community where 70% are living below the poverty line, this IT lab gives us the means for students to lift themselves out of poverty – and change their futures

By awarding all IT Asset Disposal to Sun Screen IT, YOU could enable fund raising for 1000’s of pupils to gain IT skills and end the cycle of living in Poverty