In 2003, Viafrica equipped the first computer rooms on secondary schools; the project was later baptised CLASSworks. Viafrica then consisted entirely of volunteers and was supported by partners in the Netherlands.
In 2006, a branch was opened in Tanzania. In 2007, this was followed by a branch in Kenya. These Viafrica ICT centres take on all operational activities within the projects and provide support. They are led by a local director and operate as an independent organisation.
As of 2009, Viafrica focuses on making its own organisation financially independent by offering paid services and products in Africa. At the end of 2012, we expect to be able to finance all our structural costs from these earnings.