Users that want to learn and donate at the same time can choose courses from the extensive learning library of GoodHabitz. The library combines learning soft skills and hard digital skills, including ‘Stick to the plan’ to become more self- disciplined, ‘Mindfulness’ to reduce stress, ‘Take the lead’ to make a bigger impact, and ‘Game on!’ so you can be the best version of yourself. To top it all off, everybody can start the year off with our 'Keep your Resolutions’ course – to learn how to make resolutions that last all year long.
Why Computer Aid and
GoodHabitz are a match
made in heaven
Computer Aid is a leading ICT4D charity. Information and communications technology for development, or ICT4D, is the practice of using technology to assist those who are in need in developing countries. The charity believes that technology has become a necessity for education. They provide access to low-cost computers and software for non-profit organisations and schools, train teachers in ICT skills, and place their projects in areas where they will have the biggest impact. Their end goal is to eventually allow access to (online) educational programs to those for whom access to proper education is not always a given.
Maarten Franken, CEO of GoodHabitz says, “It’s the mission of GoodHabitz to get everyone excited about learning. By taking a course, people will give someone else around the globe the possibility to learn and develop new skills as well. If that isn’t a good incentive to add ‘learning new skills’ to the top of your New Year’s resolution list, what is?! Together we make the world a better place.”