In developing countries, especially in rural areas, the lack of education and training is still a major problem. For this reason Technik ohne Grenzen e.V. is intensively engaged in the field of education. The organisation, its members as well as the working group education develop solutions for sustainable maintenance of technical facilities, training of basic computer skills, implementation of recycling projects and similar. The project “Recycle Up”, for example, realises summer schools at universities in Ghana to analyse the waste problem on site and to derive solutions from this.

current projects

August 2023 - now

Renovation of Bayangam Nursery School

Aim of the project The Bayangam kindergarten is getting…

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September 2023 - now

Furniture for two Schools in Agona Abodom, Ghana

BackgroundThis project is part of a series of TCB projects...

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Completed Projects

January 2023 - March 2024

Teaching Computer Basics – Laptops and IT Education in Ng’iya (Kenia)

The goal of this project is to promote IT…

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December 2022 - February 2024

Resource Efficient Nursery School in Tanzania, Hai District

Project Background The Trinity Academy is a private Pre…

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October 2022 - November 2022

Maintenance Support and TeoG Swift App in Dhulikhel, Nepal

Situation Dhulikhel Hospital is located 25 km east of…

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February 2022 - March 2022

New Workshop and TeoG Swift App – Hospital Support in Ghana

Situation The Holy Family Hospital is located in Techiman,…

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December 2021 - April 2022

Children’s books for Kenya, Ngiya

What is it about? In rural areas in Kenya,…

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September 2020 - December 2021

TCB – Laptops for school in Cameroon, Bayangam

The project In Bayangam, Cameroon, people barely have access…

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April 2020 - August 2021

Support for People with Albinism in Tanzania, Moshi

Situation In Tanzania, many people suffer from Albinism. This…

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April 2024 - April 2024

TCB Update in Tanzania

Background Two projects have been carried out at Shambalai…

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May 2019 - October 2022

Rain water collection for students home in Tanzania, Dodoma

The modular students home allows especially students from families…

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