The Raspberry Pi Foundation works to put the power of digital making into the hands of people all over the world, so they are capable of understanding and shaping our increasingly digital world, able to solve the problems that matter to them, and equipped for the jobs of the future.

They provide low-cost, high-performance computers that people use to learn, solve problems and have fun.

The Raspberry Pi Foundation introduces children to digital making education by providing tried and tested learning resources that are used in extracurricular coding clubs. The combination of clubs and resources deliver a range of skills that include programming as well as other skills that increase employability such as collaboration, design thinking and presentation skills.

The Code Club project which Atlassian Foundation International is supporting helps disadvantaged communities access these learning resources by supporting a global network of volunteers and educators who run free coding clubs for young people to build and share their ideas, learning along the way. The prototyping phase, aided by Atlassian Foundation International will have 36 core Code Club projects translated into 10 languages. This will potentially give 285 million children access to projects in their own coding language.