skip to navigation skip to content


Madanyu graduated from Cambridge Social Ventures in April 2016.

Madanyu empowers children in the developing world to access computers and engage in creative activities at school. It was founded by Dr Maximilian Bock, with support from the University of Cambridge and Raspberry Pi Foundation, to address digital divide and majority of the global population not being able to access higher income jobs due to digital illiteracy.

The Madanyu workshop at schools empowers teachers and students to access and embed technology to their daily teaching practices. This is done with support from Madanyu volunteers who travel to remote villages and cities in India, Kenya, Mozambique, Ecuador and Argentina.

Mandanyu logo

Get in touch

Interested students, researchers, and staff are encouraged to visit the Madanyu website for information on open placements.