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The right to education is a fundamental human right. Every individual, irrespective of race, gender, nationality, ethnic or social origin, religion or political preference, age or disability, is entitled to education.

“Education is a door to freedom, the rainbow that leads to the pot of Gold”
- Oprah Winfrey

We believe Education is at the heart of human progress, promotes social equity and economic growth. It is a critical element of the prosperity of any nation.


Technology is multiforce that can empower the educational sector.

When education and technology are clubbed together - very best educational systems are born that can prepare people to be successful, productive and engaged members of society. The more educated the people in a country are, the more happy and successful their nation becomes.


While education worldwide has improved, the gap between Africa and the rest of the world is wide and the continent doesn’t appear to be catching up. Today on an average, African adults have five years of education while the rest of the world has around eight.

Globally the disparities are large. Education levels are improving at a much higher pace globally, but slowly in Africa. First and foremost, Improvement is needed for Africa as compared to the rest of the world.

With this in mind and to close this enduring education deficit, we created eTraverse.

At eTraverse, we are on a mission to empower the African Education Fraternity through Education Technology. We Aim to deliver quality education by adding real value to the educational systems followed in each african country.

Social Impact.

We strongly believe that investing in the community is a great way to give to those who are less fortunate than we are.

As part of our social responsibility, After evaluating organizational affordability we implement our every 10th implementation at cost and every 25th implementation free of cost to the needy organization.

“That’s how we live our purpose.”