"The African Education System is characterised by crumbling infrastructure, overcrowded classrooms and poor educational outcomes"

According to a new report by Amnesty International, the state of the African education system perpetuates inequality. It is estimated that a student’s grades can improve by as much as 20% simply by having their own desktop. There is currently a shortage of 95 million desks in Sub-Saharan Africa.

South Africa

An estimated 350,000 learners do not have access to a desk at school or home in South Africa. 

Africa

An estimated 95 million learners do not have access to a desk at school or home in Sub-Saharan Africa. 

Inequality

Amnesty International study reports growing inequality perpetuated by lack of school desks and infrastructure. 

Benefit 1

Grades improve by a minimum of 20% when learners have their own desktop to work and learn.

Benefit 2

Amnesty International estimate a significant drop in inequality when learners have a desk top.

Benefit 3

Green Desks are rugged, tough and durable with 15 times greater lifetime application than traditional school desks. 

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