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We are serving our students through our local partners. You can choose to sponsor a specific project or donate to the general fund and leave it up to us to distribute the funds based on what our local teams need.

Giving Internet to Nelly in Malawi

One-Off
Malawi Georgia

Nelly is a woman with a busy schedule - she's balancing studying accounting at ALX Africa, being the head of multiple non-profits, and being a mom. She also taught herself data science through one of the programs at MIT ReACT, which referred her to us.

As a survivor of assault herself, Nelly understands the challenges underprivileged people face every day, which is why she has established community-based organizations that promote equal rights, as well as participate in the education of young women and girls. 

Nelly says that the challenges of life have made her stronger and braver; She is proud of how far she has come! Now Nelly is writing a book based on her own life and what she does to impact the lives of people in the community through education.

We wish her all the best, and we hope to come back to Malawi to support future leaders like Nelly, whose full story you can read here.

How The Money is Spent?

In pursuit of transparency, we not only maintain meticulous financial records but also extend this commitment to showcasing student stories and providing visual footage. Here's where you can find all of our monthly reports, as well as all the necessary up-to-date financial statements.

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Students Stories

Severian

Severian (19 y.o.)

Georgia

Severian, a first-year student, is a civil engineer working on a Mars rover, and he owes his academic success to the Internet.

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Gvantsa

Gvantsa (18 y.o.)

Georgia

Gvantsa just got into university as an English language and literature major - all thanks to the Internet!

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Explore Other Projects

Giving Internet to the young STEM professionals in Uganda

Giving Internet to the young STEM professionals in Uganda

Uganda Uganda

We provide laptops and Internet access to the students who have finished the training courses with success and are eager to use their knowledge to advance in their studies & careers.

4 students connected

Giving Internet to women and girl coders in Nigeria

Giving Internet to women and girl coders in Nigeria

Nigeria Nigeria

We want to ensure that girls and women in Nigeria are equipped with both - the necessary skill set of a modern STEM professional and most importantly - the Internet.

4 students connected

Giving Internet to the underserved youth of Kenya

Giving Internet to the underserved youth of Kenya

Kenya Kenya

Kenya is full of capable young people, including refugees, lacking equal opportunity to access their full potential. We want to help you provide adequate training and the most important tool to put the skills to use - the Internet.

28 students connected

Giving Internet to students in rural Georgia

Giving Internet to students in rural Georgia

Georgia Georgia

We're bringing Internet access and laptops to high school students from the most underserved families in Georgia, mostly living in IDP settlements, borderline settlements and rural areas. 

2467 students connected

Giving Internet to Nelly in Malawi

Giving Internet to Nelly in Malawi

Malawi Malawi

Nelly is a truly outstanding woman, working to better the lives of children, women, and girls in Uganda, DRC, Burundi, and her home country of Malawi.

1 students connected

Giving Internet to Ali in Indonesia

Giving Internet to Ali in Indonesia

Indonesia Indonesia

Despite living most of his life as a refugee, Ali has kept his head high and is already planning a career!

1 students connected

Giving Internet to Sherifa and Tracy in Ghana

Giving Internet to Sherifa and Tracy in Ghana

Ghana Ghana

For this project, we reached out to two ambitous software developers in Ghana.

2 students connected

Giving Internet to Farjana and MD in Bangladesh

Giving Internet to Farjana and MD in Bangladesh

Bangladesh Bangladesh

MD and Farjana were rescued from the streets of Bangladesh, and have been growing up in the peace home ever since.

2 students connected

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