At a glance
The Digital Unify (DU) is ST Foundation’s major program. It aims at spreading the benefits of digital technology, by providing free of cost both the technology as well as the basic training to those who have no knowledge of how to use a personal computer and access the internet.
ST Foundation is an active member of the UN Global Alliance for ICT and Development (GAID), bringing together governments, international organizations, businesses, NGOs and academia to share cutting-edge ideas, innovative knowledge, experiences, expertise and best practice with the aim of promoting the effective use of ICT for development.
ST Foundation is committed to contributing a part of its budget to deserving NGOs active in the field of ICT for development, as well as to experienced NGOs that have a significant impact for human development and progress in countries with precarious political and socio-economic conditions.
The DU Program has been active in 21 countries since its inception: Bolivia, Burundi, Cambodia, China, Congo Brazzaville, Democratic Republic of Congo, Dominican Republic, Ethiopia, France, India, Italy, Malaysia, Morocco, Malta, Nepal, Philippines, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Senegal, Thailand, Tunisia, Uganda and has reached over 207’000 beneficiaries as of Q3 2013. Learn more about each location in this section.