We are in the business of digitising dreams and inspiring minds. Our work falls into two categories: digital infrastructure and digital inclusion - all of which contribute to conquering the digital divide.
Through our Digital Infrastructure Program in Papua New Guinea, we establish primary school computer labs consisting of 15 digital devices, a Niunet elearning box, and a tailor-made digital competency program to remote primary schools in Papua New Guinea, providing access to digital tools for thousands of the country's future leaders.
We have established eight of the first functional primary school computer labs in Papua New Guinea.
The digital divide is by no means limited to developing countries as tens of thousands of students across Australia, particularly in rural and remote regions, do not own a personal digital device at home.
Our Digital Inclusion Program aims to bridge this digital divide by providing high school students across rural, regional and remote Queensland with their own personal digital devices. Beyond providing digital access, we also place at the fingertips of future leaders the opportunity to improve their employability and access professional tutoring remotely.
We have provided 479 students across rural, regional and remote Queensland with the tools to learn and the tools to dream.
The digital divide is by no means limited to developing countries as tens of thousands of students across Australia, particularly in rural and remote regions, do not own a personal digital device at home. Caesar Duncan was one of them – an ambitious future leader who dreamt big but needed a digital device to do his talents justice. With the tools to learn and the tools to dream, Caesar has been able to apply for qualifications and jobs and is now employed at both the AFL and Cricket Australia. Caesar is one of 311 high school students across rural, regional and remote Queensland who we have empowered to take ownership over his educational journey.
A quality education is a fundamental human right and it can only be a digital education in today's world. The reality across the developing world, however, is that providers of education either are not acknowledging the crucial role of digital technologies in teaching, or do not have the capacity to provide them. Through our Digital Infrastructure Program, we place the tools to learn and the tools to dream at the fingertips of thousands of future leaders by establishing pioneering primary school computer labs across remote Papua New Guinea.
If asked to describe us in one word, we would choose 'ambitious'. As a youth-led organisation which grew out of 'Mum and Dad's basement' into a international foundation motivating positive change across four countries within just two years, we believe the sky is the limit. Developing countries are falling further and further behind the growing digital divide and we aim to position ourselves as the disruption to this trend. We envisage a digitally literate global society where all individuals can harness the immense potential to improve lives which the technologies of today have to offer.
Help us digitise dreams and bridge the digital divide by making a donation today. Help us digitise dreams and bridge the digital divide across the world. Your generosity will inspire the minds of future leaders and equip them with tools to learns and the tools to dream.
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