What I do
Innovation for Digital Inclusion
How can we enable Digital Literacy for underrepresented communities?
The digital divide in ICT is not only bridged by teaching and learning technical ICT skills. Users from underrepresented communities need to also be empowered with the skills and knowledge required for them to build and deploy a healthy and sustainable network. They need to understand the core principles of the internet with regards to openness, decentralization, privacy, and security.
As global efforts move towards building infrastructure, products, and services that enrich developing societies, we should endeavor that the users in these societies develop policies that govern and protect the rights and interests of digital citizens.
Community Leaders for Internet Health
A Mozilla Open Leaders X Project
Community Leaders for Internet Health spotlights internet issues in diverse local community contexts and creates collaboration among local leaders to engage with tools for open campaigning towards Internet Health. Our program enables people in underrepresented regions to assess the state of the Internet in their community and share their stories on the challenges and opportunities encountered.