Digital Divide

Zambia: Computers for Charter University

“Our library [pictured in background] was furnished with wonderful tables, chairs, books and computers. It could not have come at a better time. We have now been given the go ahead to be a full charter university for 800 students.” NGO director, Zambia

RS21597_IMG_1642 boy with shoesKazakhstan: Empowering the Poor

Hope can be hard to find for the younger generation in Central Asia. Despite rapid development in the region, many still live in poverty, on the wrong side of the digital divide. We sent computers to Kazakhstan where they empower NGOs serving the poor and place technology directly at hand for youth in need.

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Cameroon: Computer Lab Helps Remote Students

S3711 Cameroon1In an isolated, rural part of Cameroon, these students can find it hard to keep up with the pace of technology, even though many are desperate to be part of the digital age. Computers from Crossroads in 2015 upgraded their school computer lab, giving local youth the chance to connect and learn skills to help their employment prospects.

Truckloads of protective equipment for Ukraine and Romania

"The Covid-19 pandemic is pushing Ukraine towards its worst recession in decades - possibly a depression - with devastating consequences for...

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COURAGE IN CAMEROON

“I am tired of listening to gun shots and seeing lifeless bodies here and there. I just want to go where...

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SYRIA’S LOST CHILDHOODS

Syria's lost childhoods For young children in Syria, life equals war. “Every Syrian child has been impacted by violence, displacement, severed family...

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Benin: The multiplier effect in action

Benin: The multiplier effect in action outside   Outside Benin’s bustling major cities, opportunity can be hard to come by. Take Moise, a...

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