Developh is an international nonprofit accelerating student-led tech and innovation in the developing world through education, opportunity, & advocacy.
Our students are building things together, from their bedrooms, alone, in and outside of school, researching, pitching, or just developing. Learn about our student ventures, their stories, and what they're doing.
Learn about how we're building a rapidly-growing community of student creators and the programs we're running to reach out to more students around the globe.
Our push for accessibility and inclusivity reaches out to the youth in the global south: many of the upper class not even having computer science or technology classes, with many of the lower class not having computers in their homes.
Through our chapters and online work, we develop a student-created computer science and innovation curriculum called DevEd, host workshops and training programs, and educate students on both the technical and soft skills they need.
We nurture student-led innovation through technology. Bringing students together to build and create empathetically and for social impact, we work closely with investors, community partners, and other advocacy-based organizations to launch these projects and make a difference.
Since starting out as a school club in 2016 in Muntinlupa, Philippines made to introduce a tech community, share concepts, and build projects, our group of students and friends quickly realized that even in our position at a private high school with several resources, we weren't given the right education and resources to truly explore tech. Knowing that this disparity was even more evident in the schools around us and recognizing the importance of building things for the world, we sought to spread technology and innovation to Manila, the rest of the Philippines, then the world. We're students concerned about the growing innovation gap, believing student-led technology through education and community is key to a better world.