The Name

The name ‘Camara’ comes from the Bantu dialect of West Africa and means ‘teacher’ or ‘one who teaches with experience’. Many people read it as ‘Camera’ and pronounce it as such, however the correct pronunciation is ‘Ca ma ra’.

ANANSE NTONTAN

The ANANSE NTONTAN (“spider’s web”) symbol come from the adinkra symbols found in Ghana and historically used by the Asante tribe on cloth, walls and in pottery.

What we do

Improve education in disadvantaged communities around the world

How we do it

We use technology to deliver 21st century skills

Education

Find out about Camara’s approach to improving lives through Education.

Our People

Our Schools

Camara is associated with schools all over the world.

Awards

Camara have been the recipients of a number of prestigious awards

Careers

Want to join the ever expanding Camara team?

Partners

The organisations which partner with and support us.

Clients & Testimonials

Come join the growing number of organisations working with Camara

Annual Reports

Camara’s annual reports including our audited accounts and monitoring and evaluation reports.

Polices & Codes

Read the policies that guide us

Resources

Download our educational software and teacher resources.