Dimas Anwar Saputra, a 15-year-old junior high school student, wearing a red protective mask, studies with other students using free internet wifi access that they got by exchanging plastic waste, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, at a local district office in Jakarta, Indonesia September 9, 2020. Picture taken September 9, 2020. When the coronavirus pandemic forced Indonesian schools to shut, it exposed how millions of households in the Southeast Asian country still had no access to the internet or even a device like a mobile phone to do remote learning. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan

Junior high school students wearing a protective mask carries a bag of plastic bottles to be exchanged for internet wifi access for online studying, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, at a local district office in Jakarta, Indonesia September 9, 2020. Picture taken September 9, 2020. Students and volunteers have come up with creative ways to get round the problem. For the last two months, Dimas Anwar Putra, 15, and a friend have been collecting plastic trash in their Jakarta neighbourhood in exchange for wifi access. REUTERS

A student wearing a protective mask carries a bag of plastic bottles to be exchanged for internet wifi access for online studying, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, at a local district office in Jakarta, Indonesia September 9, 2020. Picture taken September 9, 2020. With no internet access at home, the two students need to collect one kg (2.2 lb) of mostly plastic waste to trade for access to the internet so they can do online learning for around three hours up to three times a week. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan

Dimas Anwar Saputra, a 15-year-old junior high school student, wearing a red protective mask, studies with other students using free internet wifi access that they got by exchanging plastic waste, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, at a local district office in Jakarta, Indonesia September 9, 2020. Picture taken September 9, 2020. When the coronavirus pandemic forced Indonesian schools to shut, it exposed how millions of households in the Southeast Asian country still had no access to the internet or even a device like a mobile phone to do remote learning. REUTERS

Local students pray before they start studying using free internet wifi access that they got by exchanging plastic waste, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, at a local district office in Jakarta, Indonesia September 9, 2020. Picture taken September 9, 2020. Students and volunteers have come up with creative ways to get round the problem. For the last two months, Dimas Anwar Putra, 15, and a friend have been collecting plastic trash in their Jakarta neighbourhood in exchange for wifi access. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan

Junior high school students wearing a protective mask carries a bag of plastic bottles to be exchanged for internet wifi access for online studying, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, at a local district office in Jakarta, Indonesia September 9, 2020. Picture taken September 9, 2020. With no internet access at home, the two students need to collect one kg (2.2 lb) of mostly plastic waste to trade for access to the internet so they can do online learning for around three hours up to three times a week. REUTERS