Mark Matunga

Mark Matunga

Education Manager for MICROSOFT, East and Southern Africa at Microsoft Corporation

ONE MICROSOFT WAY, Redmond, Washington, United States
HQ Phone:
(425) 882-8080

General Information


Governor - County

and Community Affairs Programs Manager - Education

Chairman - CCK

Country Director - Marie Stoppie Clinics

Executive - Miscrosoft Computer Africa


degree coursesKampala International University

Recent News  

UNEP backs action on e-waste in East Africa

Microsoft's Regional Education Manager for East and Southern Africa, Mr. Mark Matunga, called for concerted efforts in e-waste management, which has proved to be a challenge to many African countries.
"Kenya, like most Africa countries has no polices and strategies for dealing with e-waste and therefore its population is greatly exposed to health hazards that are associated with e-waste", said Mr. Matunga.

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NONRO | Jaluo dot Kom

Both the football and Netball trophies were donated by Dr.Mark Matunga, of the Microsoft Computer Corporation International, who had kicked off the launching of the week-long tournament earlier in the week.
Although there has been a sharp increase, in more administrative locations in the region, Dr Mark Matunga says he is committed to reviving the Association, which for many years had put the residents of the region together. It will from now onward be staging sports and cultural festivals at the same venue every December.

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“Innovation and investment in innovation will help grow Africa†| eLearning Africa News Portal

Mark Matunga, Education Manager for Microsoft East & Southern Africa
Microsoft has been involved in eLearning and ICT for development in Africa in a variety of ways for many years, be it in 'Training the trainer' workshops for teachers, in eGovernment initiatives or in the development of new technologies. Here, Mark Matunga, Education Manager for Microsoft East & Southern Africa (ESA) speaks about the significant progress that has been made in Africa, persisting barriers and misconceptions, as well as his expectations for the upcoming eLearning Africa conference in Tanzania. eLA: What are some of the most significant developments you have seen in eLearning and ICT in the last few years, and what trends do you think will impact education in the next few years? Mark Matunga: There has been a shift in the way the world at large sees Africa when it comes to development and the realisation that for real change to occur, it needs to be completely sustainable. Mark Matunga: We are applying our innovation expertise and our partnerships through a number of on-going eLearning and ICT development initiatives across Africa. Mark Matunga: Many of the misconceptions that existed in the past have been overturned in recent years but there is still a prevailing perception that Africa's problems would be solved by merely taking products and solutions developed for the Western world and trying to fit them into the African context. Mark Matunga: I am really looking forward to collaborating with all the different stakeholders from around the Continent, sharing perspectives and learning from their stories, ideas and experiences.

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