Chumang is a computer engineer, software developer and entrepreneur. He is passionate about computer science and the use of technological innovations to improve efficiency and accountability in business and governance in Africa. He is an expert on web design and development of applications using PHP.
At Books2Africa, he designs and maintains the website and web applications used in managing administrative tasks, sorting donated materials and logistical planning, tracking and fulfilment. Chumang manages the charity’s Microsoft Refurbisher programme, ensuring that all donated technology such as laptops, computers, phones and tablets are refurbished according to industry standards – securely wiping data and providing data wipe certificates. He also advises on technical projects involving organisations such as Integral LED.
Chumang has an MEng in Computer Systems and Software Engineering from the University of York. He has worked as a software and PHP developer with firms such as Syngenta, Wisebusiness and Convertize. He is also the Founder and CEO of Clugton Technologies, an Information Technology consulting firm that specializes in helping organizations determine what technology they need and the best way to implement it. Together with his team of dynamic and talented specialists, Chumang delivers outstanding services, full cycle integration; implementation and training that meet and exceed the needs and expectations of unique clients such as BME Concern, Wudy Industries, The Transmission Company of Nigeria and the FCTA Call Centre in Abuja Nigeria. His Masters dissertation focused on how to improve accessible learning by optimizing subtitling for online lectures.
Chumang is passionate about the use of IT in education and enjoys training others.
MEng, Computer Systems and Software Engineering
The University of York, Yorkshire, 2012
University Foundation Certificate
Cambridge Arts and Sciences (CATS) Canterbury, 2007
Web development, PHP
Graphic design, Adobe CC
Books2Africa’s UK Processing Centre is still open during the lockdown and we are still accepting donated items and shipping to Africa. You can still donate or request resources as usual. We’ve also launched our Personal Study Kit to help with home schooling across Africa.