In the twelve years of existence, CFSK has sourced over 250,000 Personal Computers fully installed with requisite software and deployed in well over 9,000 Public Secondary and Primary schools, Technical Institutes, Teacher Training Colleges, Medical Training Centres and several Universities. We also operate a comprehensive technical maintenance support programme for these computers to ensure they are fully operational. In a number of these institutions, we have also placed power generators, established Local Area networks and Internet connectivity. We have successfully developed digital multimedia teaching and learning resources specifically intended for our national Secondary School curriculum – providing both teachers and students with an invaluable modern tool that makes learning stimulating. We have also carried out computer proficiency trainings to over 100,000 school principals, Education Officers and teachers. In its quest to preserve and conserve the environment, CFSK established the first e-waste management facility in Kenya – the WEEE Centre, for recycling and disposal of all electronic devices.
Our organisational and operational model has been recognised as an exemplar, with ongoing efforts to replicate the same in other African countries. Due to the successful implementation of its activities in Kenya, CFSK has helped to establish similar ICT programs in the neighbouring countries; Uganda, Burundi, Tanzania and South Sudan. In 2014, CFSK was nominated to host and implement the TechSoup Global programme - a software donation program aimed at empowering the non-profit organizations in Kenya. CFSK is the only Microsoft authorized refurbisher (MAR) distributor in East Africa able to do pre-installation of software for all refurbished computers in the region.
CFSK is a partnership of communities, private sector corporations, civil society organizations, and international charities and development partners working together for the long-term good of the nation. We have established and signed working Memoranda of Understanding with Ministry of Education, Ministry of ICT, The National Treasury, Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development, KCB Foundation, Safaricom Foundation, Barclays Bank, Microsoft East Africa, Iway Africa, Access Kenya, Kenya Airways, Close The Gap, WorldLoop, Computer Aid International, e.t.c. Our considerable success is a directly attributable to this close partnerships, as a result of which an estimated 15Million young Kenyans now have access to information and communication technologies.