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 learn and the tools to dream.
Caesar Duncan is an ambitious future leader who dreams big. The vice-captain of Townsville State High School, Caesar received a personal laptop through the 2020 Digital Leaders Program. 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 171 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. Since 2017, we have placed 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.