Children everywhere have the right to a quality education

We are helping children from disadvantaged communities to participate in a global
community of online learning. We want to enhance the quality of education and help children realise their potential.

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Samjhana Bhandari
Digital literacy to the masses
Celebrating International Women’s Day. We first met Samjhana Bhandari at the Astam Computer Centre in April last year where she delivered a 2 week digital literacy course. Over 90 people from 4 different VDCs attended the course delivered by Samjhana, who works for the Microsoft Innovation Centre Nepal and is the Coordinator at Forum for […]
Reflection of Nepal placement opportunity
In getting chosen for the opportunity to teach English in a Nepalese school I felt extremely lucky, upon return I felt luckier still. The opportunity I was given was the best possible professional experience I could be granted, it was challenging but it also made me aware of all aspects involved in a schools functioning, […]
RMIT Logged On MOU Agreement
Partnership with RMIT University
RMIT University’s School of Education and the Logged On Foundation have agreed to formally sign a Memorandum of Understanding. The Memorandum is the culmination of a relationship that began in 2011. A visit to Dr Richard Johnson at RMIT by Logged On’s Founder, Mark Pinoli, in July that year started what has become an ongoing […]
eTutor 2013
Connecting children to international online education
Congratulations to the Shree Bhumeshwor School students who participated in RMIT University’s eTutor program in 2013. They were the second year of students from Astam to be part of this international program. The students were awarded Certificates of Recognition by Dr Nicky Carr, RMIT’s eTutor Coordinator, who was in Nepal last year with six pre-service teachers on […]

What does it take to make a real impact in rural Nepal?


Our CEO reflects on the years of work in rural Nepal and the benefits that technology can bring to less privileged areas of the world.

How are we helping?

We provide computers, the internet, education programs and have highly motivated teachers and professionals involved in our projects.



Computers and the internet are a vehicle for allowing children to learn, explore and participate in a global community of online learning.


We set goals on improving school results and stimulating the curiosity of children where learning can happen through self-instruction and peer-shared knowledge.

 Digital literacy

Without digital skills, the existing inequalities between the developing and developed world will deepen.


We nurturing a local knowledge base that is required for sustainability.

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  • Computers and development
  • computers UN Global Alliance for ICT & Development 03.03.2013

    Education is widely regarded as being at the core, if not the primary driver, of socioeconomic development because it holds the potential of connecting people with opportunities that can improve their livelihoods… Information and communication technologies, if used effectively, have the potential to transform and drastically improve the state of education that exists in the developing world and is thus a key driver for all the work being done on education development (read more).

  • Hands around the world United Nations Development Program 03.03.2013

    With the right approach to community participation, computers and the internet have been shown to be capable of inducing social and economic development in terms of improved education, employment prospects, entrepreneurial possibilities and at the same time enriching local culture (Read More).

  • 102 UN Secretary-General 05.03.2014

    Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) “have become the great enablers of modern society, helping people communicate across distances and cultural divides, facilitating trade and commerce, and providing access to critical resources such as health care and education” (Ban Ki-moon)

Our Projects

Baraha School: site of the second centre
Janakalyan Primary School
Astam village: Our first computer centre
all projects