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..

Chaiten Volcano eruption in Chile

Chaiten Volcano eruption in Chile
In May of 2008 a volcano near the small town of Chatien, Chile began to erupt for the first time in 9,000 years. Virtually all of the community's 5,000 residents had to be evacuated, residents taking refuge in neighboring towns and cities outside the reach of the destructive lava, ash, and smoke. (view small | med | large | orig)

Students in class

Students in class
Some courses are especially adapted to youth to ensure that these future generations have the knowledge and capacity to participate in this digital age. (view small | med | large | orig)

Helping Families

Helping Families
CDI-Chile's computer and IT courses have a lasting impact in the communities in which they are implemented. (view small | med | large | orig)

Job Skill training

Job Skill training
CDI-Chile offers individuals the opportunity to gain important job skills through technical and computer courses. (view small | med | large | orig)

Community Development Through IT Training In Rio

Community Development Through IT Training In Rio
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