We had the privilege of having two Australian universities participate in the Pathways Program in November and December this year, our volunteer program for introducing skilled people to our project sites. Pre-service teachers from La Trobe and RMIT Universities worked with orphans, pre-primary, primary and lower secondary students from the Upper Mustang, Kaski and Gorkha […]
What’s on Now
A heartfelt ‘thank you’ to everyone who has supported our work in 2016/17. Our 2017 Annual Report Summary is a testament and memorable insight into the wonderful change that our team and supporters from around the world have helped to make. DOWNLOAD the Annual Report Summary (2Mb PDF)
With one registered charity for every 444 people in Australia, the task for small charities such as ours to find creative ways of supporting projects in Nepal can be a challenge. Last year, Jack Carmody and Russell Tomlin, both WorkSafe Victoria employees and Xtreme adventures founders, met with our CEO to discuss our involvement in […]
We are happy to present the Child Sponsorship Program Report which made available to individuals and families who are sponsoring a child. Please note: the progress report on the child that sponsors are supporting have been removed from this online version. <View as a HTML page>
We are pleased to be a charity partner for WorkSafe Victoria on an Everest Base Camp Leadership Journey and Community Project for 2017. Russell Tomlin and Jack Carmody, two highly experienced Himalayan trekkers, are leading a group from WorkSafe Victoria on a mentally and physically challenging trek to Everest Base Camp in April/May this year. […]
The Logged On Foundation has signed an agreement with La Trobe University to provide students with opportunities for professional experience in Nepal. The agreement, signed by Professor Betty Leask, Acting Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) at La Trobe University and Mark Pinoli, CEO of Logged On, starts off a five-year cooperation that focuses on placing pre-service teachers […]
A heartfelt ‘thank you’ to everyone who has supported our work in 2015/16. Our 2016 Annual Report is a testament and memorable insight into the wonderful change that our team and supporters from around the world have helped to make. DOWNLOAD the Annual Report (3Mb PDF)
We are happy to bring the latest report on the Bal Mandir orphanage to all sponsors on the Child Sponsorship Program. We would like to sincerely thank you for your support! We recently completed our first annual survey of all the children and proud to report on the progress of all of the children. […]
We are thrilled to announce that our commissioned documentary, Earth-Q, is a Silver Award Winner in the 2016 Spotlight Documentary Film Awards. Earth-Q is a heart-wrenching film about the journey taken by Logged On to help seven schools destroyed by the 2015 Nepal earthquake and the struggles communities now face to provide a quality education […]
A 15 day Computing Skills Development Training Course was delivered to the Pragati Women Cooperative and teachers from the Nu Bahakot Secondary School at the EkTara Multipurpose Hall, Mayatari, Syangja District from the 5 – 19 June 2016. The training program was organised jointly by Logged On, the Nepal Rural Information Technology Development Society (NRIDS) and Pragati Women […]
Our focus for this year
We are a development agency dedicated to helping children and community groups in less privileged areas of NEPAL
Helping to create safe and friendly classrooms so children have a better opportunity to pursue an education in an environment conducive to learning.
We are connecting skilled people from around the world to communities we work with in Nepal. We work closely with locals to understand how their needs can be helped filled by volunteers.
We support training and professional development programs for the benefit of women's groups, teachers and members of the community.
Creating opportunities for children who are marginalised and vulnerable by providing basic needs and educational support.
Using technology to help deliver rich content in teaching, enable children to learn about the world in their own way and to prepare them for full participation in the world as digital citizens.
We are diversifying our portfolio of services so we can fund community development projects in Nepal.