What we do as an organization (100-word description)
iWith.org Foundation is a non-profit organisation with an international scope aiming to help the Third and Fourth Sector in taking advantage of the opportunities offered by the internet.
It was founded in 2001 to actively participate in the development of the most disadvantaged regions and populations. In its early days,
iWith.org was a pioneer in Internet-based training with the Ab-soo “Sharing for Education” programme which encouraged organisations from Mexico, Guatemala, Dominican Republic and Ecuador.
Using its own technology, iWith.org has developed Abcore Cadí, a platform of services being used by hundreds of organisations to manage their internet projects and online tasks.
What ICT or e-skills training programs does my organization offer (if any)?
- online comminication,
- online fundraising,
- digital transformation of youth NGOs
Number of digital competence centres linked to my organization
My function/responsibilities in the organization (description)
I´m responsible for organizing educational conline and offline activities for NGOs:
How I am involved in digital inclusion / empowerment
This year we got a grant from Erasmus Plus Programme for implementation 20-months project about digital transformation of youth NGOs promoting peace and Human Rights. We plan to organize a variety of e-learning activities within the project where can participate youth workers including those who have different obstacles: social, economical, cultural, geographical.
How I got in touch with this community
I learned about it on social media
Why I would like to join the network
- to receive updates about ICT,
- to share experiences and best practices,
- to find new partners for our future projects,
- to be a part of the networking based on sharing of ICT knowledge,
- to promote ICT knowledge.
Twitter user name
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