Even though empowerment through technology is at the core of our mission. In times of national crises/need we also endeavour to assist were we can. Since the COVID 19 pandemic outbreak, over and above our main mission, we have been working toward the prevention of wider spread of COVID 19 in Zimbabwe. We have initiated the creation of a Underlying Conditions Segmentation Population Bubble, which will be used in the identification and tracking of those at high risk and likely to have adverse reaction to COVID 19.

Take part today in the fight against COVID 19 by filling this FREE Underlying Conditions Populations Segmentation Form

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With scholars out of school due to COVID 19, the need for facilitating online learning is now greater than before.

We aim to set up at least 40 computer labs in Zimbabwe in 2020 over and above our wider COVID 19 Underlying Conditions Segmentation Population (UCPS) Bubble initiative to fight the spread of COVID 19.

FIll in the UCPS Form

With scholars out of school due to COVID 19, the need for facilitating online learning is now greater than before. We aim to set up at least 40 computer labs in Zimbabwe in 2020 over and above our wider COVID 19 Underlying Conditions Segmentation Population (UCPS) Bubble initiative to fight the spread of COVID 19.

Take part today in the fight against COVID 19 by filling this FREE UCPS Form

FIll in the UCPS Form
 

Our Vision

Create computer hubs for underprivileged academics

To facilitate e-learning

Create micro-credential and apprenticeship programs to promote innovation

Our Mission

Who We Are

The Baobab Tree Trust

The Baobab Tree Trust is a Zimbabwean registered charity (Reg. No. 842/2019) dedicated to empowering future innovators and leaders through technology.

We operate in Zimbabwe and the United Kingdom. IT equipment donated to us by various organisations is shipped to Zimbabwe where we set up computer labs/hubs within underprivileged communities and schools.

 

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