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Nobel Laureate Archbishop Desmond Tutu's TutuDesk is a globally recognized NGO. In partnership with the United Nations Special Envoy for Education, the TutuDesk provides the answer to the classroom desk shortage crisis experienced in schools in developing countries. Over 95 million children in schools across sub-Saharan Africa have no access to a classroom desk and the prospect of compromised literacy development. Tutudesk offers children their very own workstation creating immediate, high impact and positive change in an instant, under any learning conditions.


Consulting and advisement for TutuDesk's mission of education, literacy and meeting the United Nation's Sustainable Goal Development in the the areas of DG4: Quality Education, SDG 5: Gender Equity, SDG 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth, SDG 10:  Reduced Inequities, SDG 13: Climate Action, SDG 17: Partnership for the SD Goals. Public relations including securing press in Forbes, Vogue, and an award of Social Impact Hero for CEO, Thandi Tutu-Gxahse. Advocacy, educational partnership and events with University of Chicago, Duke University School of Divinity, and Cornell University.


Thandeka Tutu-Gxashe

CEO, TutuDesks Campaign| Activist

Daughter of Nobel Peace Laureate

Archbishop Desmond Tutu

"It is with great pleasure and a feeling of immense gratitude that I write this letter of recommendation, both personally and on behalf of The Desmond Tutu TutuDesk Campaign, for Sarah Hamilton, a truly extraordinary human being that I have the privilege of now calling a colleague and also a special friend for life. I  would recommend Sarah highly, as she not only has a heart of enormous compassion, but also for her true grit, utter determination and deeply focused drive to work towards making the world a better place - for all its citizens. I can say with complete conviction that any organization will be a far better one for having Sarah working with them and benefiting from her solid work ethic, deep compassion and humanity .... the Desmond Tutu TutuDesk Campaign most certainly is."

Thandeka Tutu
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