Digital Inclusion

Bridging the digital divide

Address digital inclusion  other wise economic growth could be reduced and social cohesion could be weakened.

Digitalization has profoundly affected the dynamics of global industries, patterns of economic development and the functioning of people’s daily lives. As the use of Internet and information communications technology (ICT) expands across the globe and the digital sector outpaces growth in other sectors, digital technology has asserted itself a crucial component of successful participation in societal and economic activities.

Nearly half of the world’s population remains offline and excluded from the benefits of digitalization. This growing “digital divide” negatively affects socio-economically disadvantaged individuals and groups, such as low-income households, rural communities, the elderly, the illiterate, persons with disabilities, as well as micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs).

Let us fix the digital divide together

Our goal is to empower marginalized and underprivileged  communities in information dark regions to access, consume and produce information online using digital interventions and tools and bridge the digital divide

Major focus areas

Digital Literacy

Providing people access to the Internet and making them digitally literate


Raising awareness about human rights and entitlements using digital literacy and digital tools


Digitally empowering micro-enterprises and communities; and empowering grassroots-level civil society organisations with online presence and digital literacy for digitally ensuring protection of people’s culture, heritage, environment and natural resources

Digital inclusion

Digital inclusion has the potential to impact the lives of citizens by creating employment opportunities, enhancing the quality and speed of service delivery, providing access to healthcare and education and improving social and financial inclusion

Digi Mithra

Ensuring digital inclusion of villagers by imparting digital and information literacy to first generation internet users. Empowering women by providing digital literacy through women ambassadors. Providing newer avenues of income for rural India through the dissemination of information and raising awareness about rights among rural population.

Digital Samrappan

  • Digital Preservation of Indian Cultural Heritage
  • Utilising the internet as an information platform for educating the public about the Indian heritage. Building capacity of the local community to document heritage in their respective areas ensuring the protection of culture, heritage, environment and natural resources through

Digi Vyapar

Promotion of rural entrepreneurship through digital transformation and promotion of micro enterprises

Project Digi Gramma

Empower rural India with tech intervention

E-Governance Technology for Education

Digital Literacy and Financial Inclusion

Technology for Health

Technology for Farmers

Technology for Social Security

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