Computer Centres

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

Information technology can complement, enrich and transform education in a positive way. UNESCO has promoted international efforts to help countries understand the role such technology can play to accelerate progress towards one of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals – a quality education. According to the UN Qingdao Declaration (2015), to achieve the goal of inclusive and equitable quality education and life long learning by 2030, these technologies must be harnessed to strengthen education systems, knowledge dissemination, information access, quality and effective learning, and more efficient service provision.

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With the technology available today, geographic limitations should not mean educational limitations.

Computers and the internet are a vehicle for allowing children to learn, explore and create in ways previously not possible. We want children to be able to participate in a global community of online learning.

womens training

When women are empowered to lead full and productive lives, children and families prosper.

We have been committed to promoting gender equality and the empowerment of women. We have provided computers and training programs to women’s community groups.

The state of rural schools in Nepal are often poor with a lack of infrastructure and educational resources. In cooperation with the local community, our in-country team have delivered high quality computer centres & training programs that are aimed at improving the state of education.

Text books are often out of date within a few years and old books tend to be passed down to younger school children.

Computers and the internet offers an up-to-date interactive learning environment with rich dynamic content that printed books cannot provide.

Digital Literacy

The global village needs a new technological culture in which literacy and numeracy are no longer enough. Without digital skills, the existing inequalities between rural and urban, and the developing and developed world will deepen.


We set goals to help with providing transformative educational programs for children and their families.  We also understand that education is not just about exam results, but also about stimulating the curiosity of children where learning can happen through self-instruction and peer-shared knowledge.


Providing technology goes together with nurturing a local knowledge base that is required for sustainability. We have created opportunities through capacity building programs.

We want to empower teachers and learners, help build communities, promote change, and foster the development of ’21st century skills’.

Digital Divide

We have helped to bridge the digital divide by providing the necessary technology and resources for developing computer literacy for communications, life-long learning, entrepreneurial opportunities, and for access to important information relating to health, education, well-being and economic prosperity.

What do professionals have to say about the importance of computers for the education of children, their families and their communities as a whole?

ICTs and Nepal

Allen Tulhadar, Director of the Microsoft Innovation Centre Nepal, talks to Logged On about the Astam project and the opportunities ICTs offer for Nepal.

The Digital Divide

TEDX Presentation: Aleph Molinari on bridging the digital divide.

ICTs and Development

Examples of computers and the internet used by other organisations for development.

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