Center for Digital Inclusion

The Center for Digital Inclusion (CDI) is a global NGO that implements educational programs designed to expose disadvantaged groups and impoverished communities to new technologies. We promote social inclusion of vulnerable populations by using education and technology to fight poverty, stimulate entrepreneurship, strengthen communities and empower them to transform their realities. Today, CDI has operations in 11 countries: Argentina, Brazil, Ecuador, Mexico, Venezuela, Chile, Colombia, Peru, Uruguay, Spain and the UK..

CDI students

CDI students
We have courses for different age groups, from younger children through to the elderly. (view small | med | large | orig)

Student using design programme

Student using design programme
CDI centres offer a range of basic and more advanced ICT courses. During the course students will apply the skills they learn to identifying and tackling a problem in their community. (view small | med | large | orig)

Refurbishing used computers

Refurbishing used computers
CDI collects and refurbishes used computer equipment for use within its centres. (view small | med | large | orig)

Empower residents of Rio's favelas through ICT

Empower residents of Rio's favelas through ICT
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Luiz Carlos da Silva Payer

Luiz Carlos da Silva Payer
Photo from Progress Report 'The transformative power of training for building a successful career' (view small | med | large | orig)
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