Bridging the Digital Divide: The Impact of Computers for Schools Kenya’s DLP Project with Rotary Club of Nairobi-Langata

Bridging the Digital Divide: The Impact of Computers for Schools Kenya’s DLP Project with Rotary Club of Nairobi-Langata

Computers for Schools Kenya (CFSK) is a non-profit organization working to equip schools in Kenya with computer labs and digital learning resources. Through a successful partnership with the Rotary Club of Nairobi-Langata, CFSK has been making significant strides in achieving its mission.

Rotary Club of Nairobi-Langata: Champions of Digital Literacy

The Rotary Club of Nairobi-Langata plays a pivotal role in the DLP project. Their dedication to bridging the digital divide is evident in their commitment to providing computer labs to underserved schools.

Equipping Schools and Empowering Students

The DLP project goes beyond simply installing computer labs. It encompasses a comprehensive approach that provides not only the necessary equipment but also essential training for both students and teachers. This ensures students can effectively utilize the technology and develop their digital skills.

A Look at Successful Projects

The Rotary Club of Nairobi-Lang’ata, in collaboration with Computers for Schools Kenya (CFSK), has been working diligently to bridge the digital divide in underserved communities across Kenya. Here are some key projects successfully launched:

Kingeero Primary School Lab – Kiambu County

King’eero Primary School before and After – Photo Courtesy

Kamburaini Primary School Lab -Nyeri

Kamburaini Primary School before and After – Photo Courtesy

Kibaoni Primary School Lab – Malindi

Kibaoni Primary School before and After – Photo Courtesy

Shisasari Primary School – Kakamega

Shisasari Primary School before and After – Photo Courtesy

Tender Foot Academy – Kiambu

Tenderfoot Academy Digital Computer Lab

Tigoni Primary School – Kiambu

Tigoni School Digital Computer Lab

Watamu Primary School – Kilifi

Launch of Watamu Primary Computer lab, graced by Rotary International District 9212 DG Leonard Ithau and RIPPR Nze Anizor, in the presence of Miriam Ndavi, Manager CFSK, and distinguished Rotarians including PDG Patrick Obath.

The Ripple Effect of Digital Literacy

The impact of the DLP project extends far beyond the immediate beneficiaries. By equipping students with digital skills, the program empowers them to become active participants in the digital age. This newfound knowledge can empower them to explore educational opportunities, engage in creative pursuits, and contribute meaningfully to their communities.


The Computers for Schools Kenya and Rotary Club of Nairobi-Langata’s DLP project is a shining example of a successful partnership that is making a real difference in the lives of Kenyan students. By providing access to technology and digital literacy training, this program, with CFSK as the implementing partner, is equipping students with the tools they need to thrive in the 21st century.

Looking Ahead

The DLP project’s success serves as a springboard for continued efforts. With the unwavering commitment of CFSK and the Rotary Club of Nairobi-Langata, we can anticipate the expansion of this program, bringing the transformative power of digital literacy to even more schools and communities across Kenya.

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