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Our work has never been more important. Help us equip villages with digital technology and internet connectivity. Enable continuity of access to knowledge and communication during this pandemic.
Women on computers

How computer training in women-only spaces is tackling the digital-gender divide

Switching on a computer is empowerment. Learning how to use the internet creates confidence. Training in computer coding could be life-changing. But for many women...
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Our first Agri Training session with a trainer in Nairobi and audience in Kisumu. Combining our objectives by...#DigitalAccess #WomenEmpowerment
We set up
digital spaces
& train communities
on how to use technology.

Our goal is to bridge the digital & digital-gender divide by bringing the power of digital technology to women and communities.
We work in rural, underserved and isolated Kenyan communities with a mission to create opportunities for learning and interaction. We connect and transform communities by enabling access to digital technology. Technology is our tool for education, skills empowerment, promoting gender equity, community development, rural development and economic development.


Dedicated Spaces
for women to encourage them to
discover technology in inclusive environments


Collaborate
We work with local grassroots organisations, women initiatives and learning institutions in rural and under-served areas.

Build
We set up digital community spaces by providing dedicated equipment to collaborating organisations.

Educate
We develop trainers by equipping members with digital skills and empowering them to train others.

Support
We provide technical, material and managerial support to collaborating organisations.
Rural project
Women centre
ZOO Mobile
Children on computers
STEM
In commons
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Our Work

Our programs focus on rural or out-of-town areas with limited or no access to digital facilities.
We work with women initiaves, community organisations and learning institutions. We serve pre-school children, primary and secondary school children, young adults, women and men.

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Women & Girls

Girls and women-focused spaces which provide free, comfortable and conducive environments where women and girls can learn how to use technology.

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Mobile Project

An innovative moveable digital space and our modern approach to traditional computer centres. Digital training courses are provided at different locations to increase accessibility.

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Children Program

Digital training workshops where we train children on how to use technology. They learn while playing games, reading e-books and using e-learning programs for their schoolwork.

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STEM

Our projects train children, women and men how to use technology. We give them the practical know-how of basic digital training and internet usage for daily life and skills for employability.

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inCOMMONS, Partner Project

A collective of people passionate about ordinary people doing extraordinary things and creating the places where they connect. Contributions to inCOMMONS are tax-deductible.

We love the environment. We are eWaste compliant. We are green.
Crowd engagement

Partner

We are a small organisation with strong values and a growing network of like-minded individuals committed to bridging the growing digital divide.
Partnerships are critical to our success. Sponsor a digital space, support a program, or start a fundraiser.

Volunteer

We welcome volunteers and offer opportunities to raise awareness, support communities, train individuals, develop skills, experience different cultures and make new friends.
Reach out to us on vacancies, internships or pro-bono services.

Benefit

We openly receive beneficiary requests. Interested initiatives must be legally registered; in operation for at least one year with a forefront ICT agenda;
and have a readily available room services dissemination.

10+
Years Experience

90%+
First Point Interactions

31,943
Users

70%
Women Users


We Believe
technology bridges the world


Navigating
rural areas since 2008.
We've gotten better at it.

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