The correct handling of computers has become more and more important in our globalized world, and knowledge in this field is already a crucial requirement for many job offers. Therefore, it is advantageous to learn the basics early on. However, many lack the financial resources and the right environment to do so. According to the 2019 SDG Report, only 26.8 % of those aged 15 and above used a computer within a time period of 3 months. The remaining 74.2 % did not have access. Therefore, an IT centre will be established where computer courses will be offered by a trained teacher for a maximum of 16 people at a time. An affordable participation fee will be charged for the course, which will be used for the maintenance of the centre. Outside the course times, the IT Centre can be used by registered and supervised pupils, students and adults for research tasks.