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The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals have helped the SITA Air Transport Community Foundation frame our thinking and guide our decision-making when choosing which charity partners we choose to work with. Our aligned thinking has resulted in many successful projects with these groups.

Promoting equality in African Schools

PEAS logoPromoting equality in African Schools (PEAS) uses funding to build schools in areas where children complete primary school but have no secondary school available to continue their learning. PEAS schools consistently outperform national norms, in terms of both education quality and broadening access. Read more at www.peas.org.uk.

Wits University

WITS logoWits is internationally distinguished for its excellent research, high academic standards and commitment to social justice. From trying to discover what lies beneath the Earth's surface to saving lives through better healthcare systems, Wits is on the ground, making a difference. They have over 50 active projects on the African continent and the University is represented globally through our partnerships, collaborations, staff and student exchanges and our alumni around the world.  Read more at www.wits.ac.za

ComputerAid

ComputerAidComputer Aid aims to empower the developing world by providing access, education, implementing technology, and supporting environmentally responsible solutions. Since 1997 they have helped over 14.5 million people worldwide, providing over 260,000 computers in over 100 countries, enabling over 1 billion hours of learning. Read more at www.computeraid.org 

Charities Aid Foundation

CAF logoCharities Aid Foundation (CAF) provide advisory services, helping business's  plan and review corporate responsibility and/or sustainability strategy through to implementation. A trusted partner of over 70% of FTSE 100 companies with over 90 years of experience. Read more at www.cafonline.org.

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