Inspiring a Better Future Through Digital Literacy
See how providing effective technology skills and creative, collaborative learning opportunities can enhance social engagement and economic self-sufficiency
Kenyan students pay it forward
Intel volunteers and the Kenya Karibu Centre educate students and teachers about software and hardware systems to fight computer illiteracy.
Shared courage to break the chalkboard ceiling
Through an Intel® Learn Program community project, Indian boys created the Balika Shiksha Task Force to teach their village about the importance of gender equality and educating girls to reduce dropout rates and breaking the chalkboard ceiling.
Hope and glory in Tanzania
Intel Education Service Corps helps improve the literacy rate of women in Tanzania, educating and training girls like Glory Albert, who returned to her community after graduating from college to inspire other girls to achieve an education.
New hope amid the rubble
The Digital Literacy for Haiti Rebuilding computer training program teaches participants technology fundamentals, such as word processing, e-mail, and the Internet, providing paths to information technology careers and hope for the future.
Helping Moroccan women mean business
Vital Voices Global Partnership and Intel fight gender inequality in Morocco by providing technology education and business advice to women, helping them develop marketable skills and improve their quality of life.
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A sea change in the desert
Teacher and activist Naema Al-zbede helps Bedouin women in Israel develop life skills, shape new opportunities, and discover a digital future through technology, while removing social barriers along the way.
Runaway success for Vietnamese orphanages
With the help of Intel® classmate PCs and Intel Education Service Corps, Orphan Impact connects Vietnam’s orphans with new education possibilities and a weekly computer training class, reducing the number of runaways from state-run orphanages.
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It takes a village…of kids
A teacher and her students successfully campaign to expand children’s educational opportunities by changing attitudes of parents, teachers, the school headmaster, and village leaders about excluding disabled children and child labor in India.