The Turing Trust

The Turing Trust

Charity information

The Turing Trust

The Turing Trust supports education in sub-Saharan Africa by reusing computers and improving teacher training using ICT. We provide skills development in the UK while reducing waste and contributing to an environmentally friendly society.

Founded 2009

  • Mission statement

    The Turing Trust's Beliefs
    - We believe that all people are of equal value and have the same rights, but are born into inequality of circumstance and opportunity; this can be changed
    - We believe in the fundamental equality of human dignity which goes beyond the essential inequality of possessions, skills and circumstances
    - We believe that poverty is an injustice which is caused and can be changed by human action

    Our stance on Development
    - Poverty is a result of inequality in the structure of national and international economic systems
    - Neglect and abuse of children's rights results from a breakdown in national and family values
    - Global environmental degradation is due to overconsumption in the North and the necessary survival strategies of poor people in the Third World

    Our vision, purpose and action
    - We envision a world without hunger and injustice
    - Our organisation works for the eradication of poverty in the world through direct community development action
    - We are committed to working together with out partners to address the social, economic, political and spiritual concerns of our constituencies
    - We are an organisation development consultancy which aims to contribute to the building of organisational effectiveness amongst those organisation working towards social transformation
    - Our purpose is to relieve distress, poverty and avoidable suffering throughout the world

    By helping to educate the rural youth of Ghana we will improve their communities livelihoods

  • Aims

    The Turing Trust aims to:

    • We aim to improve education for young Africans in rural areas. This enhances their livelihoods as well as those of their community, allowing for self-sufficient development and poverty reduction.
  • Overview

    Established: October 2009

    Registered Charity Number: 1156687

    Board members: 4

    Volunteers: 10

    Phone number: 07917835150

    Address: Flat 13, 12 Simpson Loan EH3 9GP

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