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.
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.
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).
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).
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)