Our ideal is that every country on this planet should have a fair chance to develop its full research and development potential, and thereby support the progress of its society.

The strategy we want to pursue rests on the basic principles of today's scientific culture, namely the sharing of knowledge. Mastery and application of modern science and technology are still features that distinguish developed from developing countries. This currently existing inequality is often due to the fact that science in developing countries is still a marginal activity which the governments can often not afford to support. However, research and education are essential for the progress of these countries. This is why we advocate for a fair distribution of scientific knowledge and infrastructure and our mission is to help those who request our assistance to acquire the necessary tools to improve their education and research base, because we believe that every action counts!