OUR METHOD IS SIMPLE: GATHER, DISTRIBUTE, AND EDUCATE
We provide teachers and students with the tools and supports to make education accessible to all
The Nika Project believes in the value of education for all students of any ability regardless of resources or previous experience. We collect and refurbish donated equipment to repurpose for educational and communication purposes worldwide. With a focus on continued sustainability, the team trains all staff to be independent with the operational function, educational uses, and maintenance of all donated equipment.
Keep checking back as our branches extend to new countries
South Africa will always be our seed project. The Khulani school in rural KwaZulu-Natal serves as a model for future schools, proving that a little technology goes a long wayRead More
Dan Phillips visited a school in Brazil in 2015 to expand The Nika Project to South America for the first timeRead More
In 2016, we gained contacts in Bali, Indonesia and set the stage for a future visit. In 2017, Cindy will be visiting the school to gather more information, so we can make a visit sometime in 2018.Read More
Dan Phillips spoke in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates at a conference discussing Nika’s progress and establishing future contactsRead More
WATCH OUR PROGRESS HERE AS WE EXPAND ACROSS THE GLOBE
In the summer of 2013, a couple of special educators made a journey to KwaZulu-Natal, a rural area of South Africa with one goal in mind: to bring some modern technology tools and strategies to see how this might change the face of education for special needs children. The trip was a huge success from overwhelming stateside support from generous donations and tech drives to implementation in the classroom across the globe! This initial experience taught us how needed and possible this project is!