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Marc, 33 years old

“Thank you so much, it has been three months I haven’t heard the sound of my mother’s voice”

Waleed, 15 years old

“I am finaly able to contact my family in Sudan. It could not contact them for 2 months. As a new belgium resident, I am finaly able to spot myself in the streets thanks to the GPS”

Sophie, 82 years old

“Everythings changed with the pandemic. We no longer go out, we no longer receive. I, what I miss the most is being able to hug my kind in my arms. A smartphone is good, I’ll see them more often.”

Guillaume, 20 years old

“As a homeless person, this smartphone will help me in my search for shelters, stay in touch with my social advisor, etc. This will enable me to keep in contact with society”

Naïma, 47 years old

“I can start again to call my children in video. I didn’t get a chance to do it for seven months”

Adam, 37 years old

“I miss my wife so much, I need to see her every day”

Manon, 52 years old

“This smartphone, it will help me to get in get in touch with my daughter, , to do job searches and to be digitized, to be up to date””

Vincent, 27 years old

“This phone allowed me to called for rescue when I hurted myself”

Salvatore, 27 years old

“I am a futur dad, not knowing how to read, I will use the tablet for the research function with Siri and if possible, babyphone”

Jean-Pierre, 75 years old

“I was used to go to the library. Now that I can’t walk, my digital tablet will be really useful to make my research”


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.



Who? : Gery Sohet


Phone: +32 494 98 30 67

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Join the Tech’N’Able Academy!

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 can you expect from this training?

  1. An 80-hour training that combines a theoretical portion with hands-on workshop experience at aSmartWorld in Genval. We cover various aspects of smartphones and tablets, from intake to repair, including diagnostics, control procedures, and testing, all while using state-of-the-art equipment.
  2. Over 4 months, one full day per week.
  3. An immersion internship in a professional environment.

Tech’N’Able has received support from the King Baudouin Foundation as well as from ING.



Who? : Interface3


Phone: +32 2 219 15 10

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