Our Partners

Camara have been a trusted partner of Dell’s for a number of years. We were delighted to support the opening of their education hub in Tanzania in 2012 and have been pleased to see its positive progress since. Our partnership with Camara goes beyond financial support from Dell Giving, with Dell supplying computers to be used in some of Camara’s eLearning centres and being able offer to our customers the option of donating their used technology to Camara. This has only become possible through our vigorous examination of Camara’s operational activities, including having visited many of their education hubs in Africa. Here we have witnesses first hand the positive impact they are having on the education of those most needy. We would strongly recommend others to support Camara. Jean Cox Kearns

Director of Compliance for Dell Global Take Back, DELL

Having worked with Camara for over six years, we find them to be a professional organisation that continues to impress to this day. We started supporting Camara with funding in 2008 and to date the lris O’Brien Foundation has donated in excess of €1 million to Camara. ln addition to this funding, our overseas Foundation, the Digicel Foundation, in Jamaican and Haiti also work very closely with them by providing funding in excess of $365,000 (US dollars).

We have learnt through our close relationship and their feedback over this time that the introduction of technology in education radically improves student’s chances in life and that is why we value the work of Camara. We would encourage others to support  and so increase the impact that they can have on the educational performance of so many disadvantaged children.

Maria Mulcahy

CEO, The Iris O’Brien Foundation, The Iris O’Brien Foundation

The Costa Foundation is delighted to have signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Camara Ethiopia to support our schools in the coffee growing area of Bule Hora, in the Oromia Region of Ethiopia. Camara’s model fits extremely well with the Costa Foundation’s aim to increase access to education to children in these remote and marginalised communities and their social enterprise approach and partnership approach means that the actions we have funded are sustainable and long term.

We would recommend Camara as a partner to any organisation looking to make a lasting impact on education.


Piers Blake

Costa Foundation Manager, The Costa Foundation


hp-logoHP has worked with Camara to help establish the first OEM approved eWaste recycling facility in East Africa, EACR – based in Mombasa, Kenya.



IBM-logoIBM has sent a number of its employees into our Dublin workshop to help refurbish computers and pack them for shipment to Africa.



Google-logoGoogle is working with Camara to train university students in Uganda and Nigeria.




Salesforce volunteers have been instrumental in designing Camara’s unique computer tracking system, Afritrack.



Intel-logoCamara use the teacher training courses from Intel Teach program to deliver teacher training in Africa. Intel is also working with our Irish Education Hub to provide training support to Transition Year students.



Camara Zambia has since 2013 partnered with the Puma Energy Foundation on a projecPuma Energy Foundation Logot to improve and scale Camara’s impact in Lusaka and beyond. This project will provide up to 21,000 disadvantaged students across Zambia with the crucial 21st century skill of digital literacy.

Read more here.


MicrosoftCamara Education is an authorised Microsoft Refurbisher.


The Stavros Niarchos Foundationstavros-niarhos-foundation-logo

The Stavros Niarchos Foundation (www.SNF.org) is one of the world’s leading private international philanthropic organizations, that has supported the launch and set up of the Camara Refurbishment Hub in London.

If you are interested in partnering with Camara around the world please contact: John Fitzsimons, CEO johnfitzsimons@camara.org