Child’s Dream has been supporting the construction of schools in Lao PDR since 2006, and in the province of Xaignabouli (located on the northwest border of Lao PDR) since 2008. While building schools has certainly been a rewarding project, it did not take long to realise that many schools needed support beyond the construction of a school building. CsD noticed quickly that our secondary schools were often lacking computers and computer laboratories, leaving students underprepared when progressing in further academic and/or professional pursuits. Despite Lao PDR being one of the poorest countries in the world, the government consistently works towards improving their educational system, including the addition of computer classes as part of the national curriculum. Computer skills have become an increasingly essential part of higher education and a necessary skill set for many careers. Unfortunately, for many remote schools in Lao PDR, students do not have access to actual computers and therefore do not gain adequate computer skills by completion of their education.