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    End of an era

    Posted on January 20, 2018 by admin in Uncategorized.

    After five years of operation, we have decided to wind up Malaptop this year. Thank you very much for your support over the years, with your help we have been able to send over 150 laptops to schools in Malawi and give thousands of school pupils the opportunity to learn basic ICT skills. The decision […]

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  • Normal service will resume shortly

    Posted on March 8, 2016 by admin in Uncategorized.

    We have been trying for some time now to gain import permits from the Malawian Government to ship the laptops to the schools in Malawi. This process involves becoming an official partner of the Ministry of Education rather than through individual contacts with schools. This is not a quick process but hopefully we will be […]

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  • Introducing our Malawian partners

    Posted on February 5, 2013 by Simon in Uncategorized.

    Delivering the Malaptop project is going to be a challenge and there are many obstacles that we will have to overcome to achieve our goals. One of the largest problems that we had envisaged was the delivery of teacher training and the evaluation of the schools. ¬†We are delighted to say that we have teamed […]

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  • Malaptopceilidh

    Get your dancing shoes on, its ceilidh time!

    Posted on January 16, 2013 by Simon in Uncategorized.

    We are holding our first fundraising event of the year in March.¬†Please join us for a fun filled evening of music and ceilidh dancing to raise funds to help Malaptop send more laptops out to schools in Malawi. Come along to the Victoria Hall, Dunblane on 19th March at 7.30 pm. We will be joined […]

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  • What can 10% of students do?

    Posted on February 17, 2012 by Simon in Uncategorized.

    Here is an interesting thing. If just 10% of Scottish students who replaced their laptops this year were to donate their old one, we would have enough to provide each of the 77 state secondary schools in Malawi with a 20 unit computer classroom. Wouldn’t that be an amazing achievement? And we reckon that with […]

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