NGOs we’ve helped
By creating 40 intergenerational pairs over 12 months, the Digit'andem project spreads the magic of digital technology. Guiding the elderly to master digital tools through their smartphones, this project aims to reduce the digital divide across different generations.
Supervised by experienced trainers, both young and older, these concrete initiatives aim to broaden access to digital skills for target audiences in Brussels and its surroundings.
A step towards digital inclusion for all!
On July 1st, 2022, Digit'andem received support from the Government of the Brussels-Capital Region.
The Tech'N'Able Academy, in collaboration with Interface 3 Brussels, offers women the opportunity to undergo professional training and acquire a solid foundation in smartphone and tablet repair and refurbishment. What is included in this training ?
Tech’N’Able has received support from the King Baudouin Foundation as well as from ING.
Each year, the Belgian federal government highlights organisations that deserve special recognition for their efforts to end poverty through the Federale Prijs Armoedebestrijding.
For its 14th edition, the Foundation for Digital Inclusion has been selected as the winner in 2022, by public vote.