Computer Repair & Maintenance
CFSK supplies all major brands of computers at cost-recovery basis-giving our clients exceptional value for money. Read More
An important aspect of CFSK’s work is pioneering new and appropriate technologies. This essential activity is informed by the need to adapt emerging technologies to Kenya’s…
Computer Repair and Maintenance
We run a comprehensive technical support and maintenance programme for the PCs we have deployed, through both preventive and curative interventions.
Microsoft Authorised Refurbisher
The program makes available Windows operating systems such as Windows 7 & 10 for refurbished Pc’s at a subsidised price. CFSK is listed as a Microsoft Authorized Refurbisher under it’s subsidary company “Digital Pipeline Africa”
Computers For Schools Kenya.
Propelling Kenya In The Digital Age
Who We Are
Computers for Schools Kenya (CFSK) is a charitable non-governmental organisation registered in the year 2002. Our head offices are located in Mihango Utawala, Embakasi, off the Eastern Bypass near the AP/GSU Training College Nairobi, Kenya. We have six Regional Centres hosted by various Government institutions country-wide. These Regional Centres are located in various parts of the country; Kakamega, Kisumu, Nakuru, Embu, Nairobi and Mombasa. Our vision is the establishment of an information-rich Kenyan Society actively participating in sustainable development. ReadMore
The establishment of an information rich Kenyan society actively participating in sustainable national development
Empowering young Kenyans for life in knowledge based society by facilitating the development of ICT infrastructure and capacity
Computers for Schools Kenya is a partnership of communities, private sector corporations, civil society organisations, and international charities and development partners working together for the long term good of the Kenyan nation. Our considerable success is directly attributable to this close public-private partnership, as a result of which an estimated 15,000,000 young Kenyans now have access to information and communication technologies that they would have otherwise not accessed but for CFSK.
Dr. Thomas Musili
Awards and Formal Recognition:
In 2006, the CFSK e-Waste Management programme received special mention at the Conference of Parties to the Basel Convention – held at the United Nations Environment Programme Headquarters in Nairobi. The Government of Kenya Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources subsequently made a substantial grant to CFSK to develop the programme further.
In the same year, CFSK was declared 1st Runner-up in the category of Top Civil Society to Bridge the Digital Divide in Africa at the Africa ICT Achievers Awards ceremony organized by Forge Ahead in Johannesburg, South Africa.
In 2007, CFSK won the award – receiving widespread acclaim for being the Top Civil Society Organization to Bridge the Digital Divide in Africa. The CFSK programme was particularly commended for achieving so much with only very limited resources. In the same year, the Computer Society of Kenya, at the Kenya National ICT Achievers Award, also recognized CFSK as the Top Organization Bridging the Digital Divide in Kenya.
In 2008 CFSK was once again declared the Top Civil Society Organization to Bridge the Digital Divide in Africa at the Forge Ahead Africa ICT Achievers Awards.