Since Computer Aid’s founding in 1998 we have brought access to digital technology to over 1million children and adults and over 1billion hours of access.
Today, Computer Aid is one of the leading ICT for development – ICT4D – organisations, providing low cost solutions using ICT to tackle poverty and to overcome disadvantage, working closely with local communities. Integral to our approach is providing the training so desperately needed; not just in computer competency but ensuring that ICT is integrated into curriculums that seek to enhance life chances and provide equal opportunity to those otherwise disadvantaged.
The challenge is large but our ambitions is huge; in the past 20 years we have witnessed how ICT4D can lift inequality by providing practical and empowering solutions to communities. We rely on our strong supporters and donors who enable us to further reduce the digital divide and give more people the tools to improve their lives.