Africa Technology Group launched the Africa Technology Foundation at a meeting organized in Washington, DC a number of high profiled African business colleagues, ambassadors and friends were invited to assist in forming a nonprofit organization that would use education, technology, and business strategies to further the learning of Africans across the continent. The emerging mission of the Foundation had been so eloquently described and pioneered by Bernard T. Sanganza to transform Africa and campaign towards the holistic educational and health needs of African children.
The ATF will focus on researching open technologies and how technology can be transfered to help millions of Africans, with the goal of delivering practical programs that enable schools and universities implement open solutions to technology learning. One of the first projects ATF will target is to implement proper channel of E-Learning.
Speaking at the ceremony, ATF Executive Director, Richard Moyo applauded the creation of ATF . Our aim is support school systems in need, and to provide education and knowledge sharing in Africa. The mission of the Foundation is to positively impact the lives of individuals by helping them achieve long term life improvement, through proper educational support. Investing in community resources to help students achieve academic success through digital learning. Our mission is to exploit technical innovations for the benefit of people of Africa by implementing next-generation e-learning and advancements in Africa.
We look forward to working with organizations that are helping to make a difference in lives of the people around us and providing them hope for a better future, Moyo said.