We strive to provide quality education
for every child through digital empowerment
Kazakhstani Initiative of Activists in Education
which aims to achieve Digital Equality in Kazakhstan
9.2 MLN KZT +
We are committed to provide equal educational opportunities for every child
In 2021, every child should have the opportunity to receive a quality education. The COVID-19 crisis has shown that not all children have equal access. Connect-Ed works to achieve digital equality and unleash the full potential of all children in Kazakhstan.
What is the challenge?
schoolchildren do not have a personal computer in Kazakhstan
Kazakhstani schoolchildren have not even reached the minimum level of computer and information literacy
children in the Almaty region were left without opportunities for full-fledged distance learning
Who do we help?
Children from low-income families
Children with special educational needs
Children from regions and rural areas
How do we work
You need to fill out the application
We will contact you to clarify the details
The courier gets your computer (technology, equipment) from youOr you can bring it to us
We clean and set up new settings for your computerIf necessary, we purchase additional components for the full operation of the equipment
We distribute laptops to children in need with our partner Helpcenter.life*The list of children in need is formed in cooperation with Helpcenter.life
We provide digital literacy training for children and their parents through out Youtube
Media about the Project
Children learn from home without laptops: How can we help bridge the digital divide?
Is it possible to receive education remotely without technology? It is almost impossible, but 300 thousand children in Kazakhstan are forced to study this way.
Digital Charity. A project that helps children from low-income families
There are many people and companies in Kazakhstan who are ready to help their community. Today we will share about the collaboration of two social projects - Helpcenter.life and Connect-ed.
Every little bit helps: foreigners are donating to teach Kazakhstani schoolchildren
Distance learning will continue during the coronavirus pandemic. The digital divide is even more noticeable today - not all schoolchildren have the necessary technology.