The Turing Trust is a volunteering charity set up in 2009 to change the way volunteering programmes work and develop rural schoos in Ghana. We believe that volunteering should be a non-profit industry only.
We support a system of rural schools in Ghana by sending volunteers there who can learn about the incredible development work taking place in Africa first-hand. We hope that all our volunteers come back enthused and invigorated by their experiences and with their help we fundraise in our local communities to help the schools and wonderful communities who give us these great volunteering opportunities.
The Trust has a Ghanaian branch (registered in Ghana as the Turing Foundation) which carries out several activities involving Afoako ICCES (Integrated Community Centre for Employable Skills). This school is located in a small village in the Ashanti Region of Ghana and aims to reduce youth unemployment by teaching them vocational skills. Raising awareness and funding in the UK will enable the Trust to support the local, community-led ICCES who give children the education, support and inspiration they need to transform their lives.
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