When we started our activities, we were working from one region to another, and through our feedback we found that only 30% of children have access to technology in schools. Having difficulty transferring knowledge from one generation to another, as a result, children are affected and insufficient time has been given to teach them basic computer skills and codes. To build intelligence, we have to train our children.
We want to continue to create communities in schools in different regions to impart knowledge to children and secure their future. With the help of their paperback, many children have been fortunate enough to add basic programming skills to their classroom skills. So, we want to do more of that for the communities.

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