Why IT education ?

88% of all internet users live in an industrialized country, but they represent only 15% of the world’s population. 90% of the worldwide households, that do not have access to the internet, live in a developing country. Almost all African countries rank at the bottom of the ICT Development Index, published by ITU, the UN agency for ICT. Having access to ICT is not only vital for the economic development of a country and thus for poverty reduction, but also for the democratic development of a society. Climbing the social ladder is not possible without access to ICT, regardless if you live in Berlin or Nairobi. Access to information is the cornerstone to societal empowerment.

That’s why Leapfrog supports access to ICT and IT education in non-connected or poorly connected areas.
Under the guidance of our trainer Marco, the participants are installing software in readiness for webdesign training.

Under the guidance of our trainer Marco, the participants are installing software in readiness for webdesign training.