Digital Villages is a global project which aims to close the digital divide by providing children and young people lacking adequate parental care as well as the surrounding vulnerable communities with meaningful access to digital technology and digital literacy skills to support their education, development needs and career prospects.

Additionally, the project provides training for participants on cyber abuse and cyber security issues to ensure their safety online.

A global project, locally owned

Having a global footprint, Digital Villages serves as an umbrella project which is completely tailored to the local context to ensure that our interventions are relevant and adequate to the children, youth and surrounding community that we support. The project is implemented in 60 countries and is reaching more than 40.000 people. 


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