Tech for Leap

Empowering underprevileged chidlren with technology and cdoing education. Bridging the digital divide, unlocking their potential, and paving the way for a brighter future.

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Project Overview

Digital Divide and Educational Inequality

The Internet’s emergence has brought worldwide technological advancements, revolutionizing our lives, businesses, and education. However, despite the growing wealth of IT billionaires and the digitization wave sweeping across the globe, many individuals remain marginalized.

This includes those living in poverty, conflict-affected areas, and individuals with disabilities. Our concern lies with the children who are being left behind in this digital era. Hindered by underprivileged circumstances, they face obstacles in accessing education and yearn to learn about IT. We are dedicated to addressing this issue and providing equal opportunities for all.


Free Programming Education For Children

In order to address the issue, we have decided to provide free programming education to children who lack access to education. Our goal is to foster “independent and compassionate challengers” who can utilize technology to lead society in a positive direction.

We are working in collaboration with timedoor academy, which provides programming education to children around the world, and very50, a certified non-profit organization that offers programs to develop the human potential of young people while receiving support from social entrepreneurs worldwide.

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What is the problem?

Children who cannot receive IT education


One of the reasons why children in rural areas cannot receive IT education is the lack of infrastructure. Internet access is limited compared to urban areas, and most households do not have computers. This hinders their learning of information and communication technology.

Moreover, rural schools often lack IT-related curricula and educational resources, and there is a shortage of teachers with specialized knowledge. This makes it difficult to provide appropriate guidance to children.

For children from low-income families, economic constraints become barriers to IT education. The cost of devices such as computers and tablets, as well as internet connectivity, can be prohibitive.

Many families cannot afford to purchase and maintain these resources.Additionally, due to long working hours and a lack of understanding of the importance of education, parents often provide insufficient support for children’s learning, further reducing their opportunities for education.

Children with disabilities require individual support and specialized guidance to receive IT education. However, in many schools and educational institutions, appropriate education to support children with disabilities is not provided.

Discrimination and marginalization of children with disabilities still persist, especially in developing countries. Furthermore, when special support technology and equipment are needed, their high cost or limited availability in certain regions becomes a problem. As a result, children with disabilities face significant challenges in accessing education.

Children growing up in conflict-affected areas face difficulties in receiving education due to wars and unstable political situations. In regions with ongoing conflicts, schools are often closed, infrastructure is destroyed, and restricted movement limits the availability of educational environments. Additionally, many of these children struggle to meet their basic needs, making IT education a distant priority for them.


Our Vision

What we want to achieve


Our Vision

What we want to achieve

Providing equal educational opportunities

By providing IT education to underprivileged children, we can improve the equity of education. This allows children, regardless of their location or economic situation, to have more opportunities to learn information and communication technology and acquire means to enhance their self-expression, information processing skills, and logical thinking abilities. Ensuring equal educational opportunities can spread knowledge and skills that were previously monopolized by privileged individuals, rectifying exploitative social structures and leading to the formation of a healthier society.


Expanding job possibilities for underprivileged children

With the enhancement of IT education, underprivileged children can have a wider range of job opportunities. IT skills are highly valuable in today’s society, and having abilities in programming, data analysis, and other areas opens up employment opportunities not only in local communities but also in the global market. With the proliferation of remote work, they can actively participate in the global market without leaving their place of origin, increasing their income and contributing to the improvement of local communities and society.


Fostering individuals who solve social problems using technology

Children who receive IT education develop the ability to solve social problems using technology. They can understand the challenges in their own communities and explore solutions by leveraging their IT skills. For example, they can approach innovative solutions in various fields such as agricultural efficiency, healthcare management, and educational resource development, playing a vital role in achieving a sustainable and equitable society.

How to do?

Implementation Methods

We establish partnerships with schools and organizations that are committed to children’s education in underprivileged environments. Using a portion of the profits from timedoor’s education business and donated funds, we provide training to local teachers and conduct regular follow-up meetings to facilitate sustainable education involving the local community.

We lend computers to schools and organizations that lack them, requesting strong commitment as compensation. Additionally, when the number of students who have studied increases, we organize programming competitions and provide opportunities such as study tours to Japan for outstanding students.



Supporting Our Activities

We are seeking donations from companies and individuals who can support our activities. With the aim of expanding this project sustainably to reach more children, our own efforts have limitations. On the other hand, even a small donation of a few thousand yen could change the lives of children.

The funds received will be used for teacher salaries, curriculum development, computer purchases, and other necessary expenses. We sincerely appreciate your support.

If you are a company or individual who would like to make a large donation,
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Company Profile

Company Introduction


Timedoor is a startup founded by Japanese entrepreneurs in Bali, Indonesia, in 2014. It began as a system development business, creating websites and smartphone applications. In 2019, timedoor started an IT education business in Indonesia, where IT education is not widespread compared to advanced countries. With a focus on technology and education, timedoor has established over 16 education centers worldwide, providing innovative educational opportunities to over 10,000 children through its programming education business.

Address: Jl.Tukad Yeh Aya IX No.46, Denpasar Bali
Representative: Hiroshi Tokunaga

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very50 is a certified non-profit organization that carries out educational projects and supports SDGs entrepreneurship. Its mission is to “increase the number of ‘independent and compassionate challengers’ and make the world more interesting.” To cultivate “independent and compassionate challengers,” very50 provides project-based educational programs focusing on significant social issues and contemporary knowledge and values practical learning experiences. Its main pillars are:

addressing social issues and important events in the modern world,
valuing knowledge and skills that can only be learned through practice, and
conducting activities both domestically and internationally, with a focus on emerging countries in Asia, involving individuals, companies, and schools.

Address: 2-45-11 Minami-Otsuka, Toshima-ku, Tokyo
Representative Director: Ryosuke Sugaya

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